The human obsession with flight stems from a refusal to accept limitations and an intense desire to find out which of your neighbors secretly have pools. Put your eyes in the skies with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $95 for a King and Queen helicopter tour for two or three (up to a $195 value)
- $135 for a King and Queen and Buckhead helicopter tour for two or three (up to a $285 value)
FFA-certified pilots at the helm of R44 helicopters ferry up to three passengers over the I-285 and GA-400 highways for a bird's-eye view of drivers below. Pilots then set a course around the towering King and Queen buildings in Dunwoody. On the additional Buckhead tour, guests take in aerial views of the posh Atlanta neighborhood's estate homes, high-rise buildings, and tree-mansions. The King and Queen tour lasts up to 10 minutes, and the King and Queen and Buckhead tour lasts approximately 15 minutes.
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.
98% of 85 customers recommend
“Well worth taking the longer trip Very personable and warm personnel Mike was just phenomenal Made sure we knew what we were seeing and our about to see Huge kudos!”
“It was great And great price”
“We had a great time The trainer was too good”