Helicopter Flights Houston

Houston helicopter flights

A helicopter tour is both exciting and relaxing. Sightseeing tours; Twilight flights with champagne; Special events; Tours &


heli tours

From Houston Southwest Airport, your journey takes you heading north to the beautiful Houston suburban ski-range. While you are circling the inner city's high-rises, you will see many of the city' favourite landmarks from above. Looking from above, you can see the house platter of Minute Maid Park, home of the Houston Astros.

The next flight is westward via River Oaks to Houston's Uptown District, where some of Houston's best shops are located in the Galleria. Round the Williams Tower and look out from your windows onto the famous Wasserwand. Texas Hospital is the biggest health care centre in the U.S., with over 40 of the best health care facilities in the state.

Expand your Houston tour with Memorial City and expand your flights by 15mins. Begin your journey as you head south east to the Gulf of Mexico until you arrive at the San Luis Pass, which connects the islands with the continent. You' ll then take a scenic drive along the shore past the beloved San Luis Hotel Resort as you head into the historic part of the islands towards East Beach, home to Galveston's newest high-rise apartments, the striking glass pyramids of Moody Gardens, and the waterslides of the Sledge Course Wasserpark.

Next, you' ll be flying along Galveston's sea wall past the beloved San Luis Hotel Resort as you ascend the island's historic borough to East Beach, home to Galveston's newest high-rise apartments. Upon your arrival, you' ll cross the Causeway Bridge and Galveston Bay, while you' ll drive back to Houston Southwest Airport via Tiki Iceland.

Three passengers per helicopter max seating capability. Because of the natural characteristics of a helicopter, it can be a limitation due to its low overall mass. Timetables and routings may slightly differ according to air traffic control and weathers: the number of flights may vary:

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