Flying is the only way to get close enough to a cloud to milk it or to visit your secret sky family. Break free from earthly bonds with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $150 for a 30-minute helicopter tour for two (a $300 value)
- $225 for a 30-minute helicopter tour for three (a $450 value)
- $175 for a 60-minute helicopter lesson with hands-on flight instruction for one (a $352.50 value)
- $195 for a 60-minute helicopter lesson with hands-on flight instruction for one with one additional passenger (a $427.50 value)
Tours take high flyers over Denver and the Rockies for a scenic half-hour, with pilots pointing out landmarks. Lessons, on the other hand, include 30-minutes of ground training and 30-minutes of in-air flight instruction where fledgling pilots helm the controls and instructors man the takeoff and landing.
TYJ Global Helicopters
A 10-year veteran of the Denver and Jefferson County Sheriff's offices and a retired National Guard Chief Warrant Officer and combat veteran, TYJ Global Helicopters' Mike Fyola has logged more than 6,000 hours as a helicopter pilot. During that time, he piloted medical evacuations as well as search-and-rescue flights, but also shuttled governors, Congressmen, and sightseers. Along with his wife, Gina, Mike leads instructional flight sessions high above Denver and the surrounding mountains in their Schweizer 300C helicopters. The duo specializes in high-altitude flight training and charter services and also offers flight training for private-pilot, flight-instructor, and cloud-wrangling certification.
96% of 82 customers recommend
“Nice 30 minute introductory flying lesson. My flight instructor was Raymond and he was very clear in explaining things. A great experience if you ever wanted to fly...”
“Nice 30 minute introductory flying lesson. My flight instructor was Raymond and he was very clear in explaining things. A great experience if you ever wanted to fly a helicopter.”
“Josh did a great job...felt safe the whole time.”
“We loved it! Josh was great. Now both my daughters want to learn to fly helicopters!”