D-Day Landing Beaches
9 500 €
For the 75th anniversary, discover the D-Day Landing Beaches from the sky and relive the WWII history.
Take off from the heliport of Paris, for a fly over of the castle of Versailles towards Normandy.
You will fly along the coast and reach the famous Pegasus bridge.
This bridge is named in honor of the English paratroopers who had for emblem pegasus, the winged horse.
Enjoy a panoramic view of the D-Day landing beaches, including those of Sword and Juno.
Discover Courseulles-sur-mer which was the first harbor freed and Port-en-Bessin harbor which was the center of a system of refueling for the allied armies.
You will also catch sight of the cities of Vierville and St Laurent-sur mer which were strategic points of the landing of the Americans during World War II.
The flight continues up to Utah Beach, the landing site on June 6, 1944.
In option : We’ll see you for an exceptional visit at the castle of Sully, where you will receive a warm welcome from our team there.
For the 75th anniversary commemorations, relive the D-Day history through a unique experience.
You need to know
- You need to arrive 30mn before the flight for the boarding formalities
- You will be asked for a proof of identity before the flight
- All of our operators have a certification
- For your safety reasons, weather conditions can postpone your flight
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You'll fly on Airbus H135
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Description of the helicopter :
Of recent design, the Airbus H135 is a light twin-engine that can fulfill a number of missions varied. Indeed it is extensively used throughout the world as a rescue helicopter, but also for police missions, offshore, aerial work, VIP and in some countries in its military version EC635 as an armed reconnaissance helicopter, anti-tank , all-weather tactical support or the laying of commandos in hostile territory.