What You'll Get
Though walking tours supply an up-close look at city sights, only helicopter tours and chartered catapults provide exhilarating aerial views. Soar through the sky with today’s Groupon to Prestige Helicopters, Inc.. Choose between the following options:
- For $95, you get a King and Queen tour for two or three people (up to a $195 value).
- For $135, you get a King and Queen and Buckhead tour for two or three people (up to a $285 value).
The trained pilots of Prestige Helicopters, Inc. soar with twosomes or trios over metro Atlanta’s picturesque hotspots during 10–15 minute sightseeing adventures. Choppers offer bird’s-eye views of the King and Queen Buildings, named for the architectural crowns at their summits and their marriage of convenience to preserve power. The Buckhead tour, meanwhile, offers glimpses of the city’s high life, including upscale nightspots and opulent homes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. 300lb weight max. Must be 18 or older or be accompanied by a guardian. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Prestige Helicopters, Inc.
The FAA-certified pilots at Prestige Helicopters, Inc. fly their passengers over downtown Atlanta, the King and Queen towers, and Turner Field. They helm a fleet of three Robinson R44 helicopters, as well as R22 whirlybirds, each spacious enough for up to three guests. Along the way, skybound guests peep at the area's arterial highways, majestic mountains, and winding Chattahoochee River, intermittently soaring high enough to fly over skyscrapers while avoiding most feral clouds.
Pilots also instill basics of takeoff, steering, and landing during flight-training programs that start students off on the cloud-kicking path to obtaining private, commercial, and flight-instructor licenses. When not leading tours and training programs, the skywaymen shuttle passengers between airports and hotels and take aerial photographers up for photo shoots.