Our Helicopter Packages
Enjoy a 5 mile flight over one of North Carolina’s most premier beach communities. This tour will provide you with aerial views of North Carolina’s Intracoastal Waterway, the Ocean Isle Beach Pier and our beautiful sugar-sand beaches.
Soar over some of North Carolina’s most desirable beaches on this 15 mile adventure. As you depart, you’ll make your way to the Ocean Isle Beach Pier, then head westbound towards Sunset Beach.
Discover the beauty and history of Southeastern North Carolina on this 20 mile adventure. On this tour, you’ll make your way towards Ocean Isle Beach, then head eastbound along the coastline. You’ll cross the Shallotte Inlet as you make your way towards Holden Beach.
On this 25 mile adventure you will depart towards the beautiful beaches of Ocean Isle Beach,when you reach OIB Pier you’ll then head westbound, flying over the coast towards the Bird Island Nature preserve. Here, you’ll witness some of North Carolina’s stunning coastline.
On this 30 mile voyage, you’ll cover everything listed in Tour 3, along with our Hog Inlet and Cherry Grove Beach tour.
This 40 mile flight will take you over all the sights listed in Tour 5 plus our tour over North Myrtle Beach and Briarcliffe Acres. Soar over North Myrtle Beach’s high-rises and Myrtle Beach Mall, and then make your way back over the Barefoot Golf Resort.
Hop aboard for a breathtaking flight over the beaches of Long Bay. On this 60 mile adventure, you’ll cover Sunset Beach, Ocean Isle Beach, Holden Beach, Oak Island and Caswell Beach. Stunning beach views will provide you with an unforgettable helicopter experience.
Escape on this 80 mile journey and explore all that the southern coastline of North Carolina has to offer. Discover North Carolina’s pristine coastline and Intracoastal Waterway as you fly along Ocean Isle Beach and Holden Beach up to Oak Island and Caswell Beach. From Caswell Beach, you’ll follow the Cape Fear River to Wilmington where you’ll receive an exclusive aerial view of historic downtown, the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge and the USS North Carolina battleship.