Vol au dessus d'Istanbul
Take off from Ayazaga airfield, and reach the anatolian side of the city. Fly over many great buildings, like F.S.M Bridge, (linking the asian and european continents), Anadolu Hisari fortress, and Küçüksu and Beylerbeyi Palaces. Then, you will overfly the Military Schoom, before head to european side of the city.
You will both overfly historical buildings (like Galata tower, Dolmabahce and Ciragan palaces, and Rumeli Hisari fortress) and more modern districts.
Continue your awesome adventure, and discover the historical peninsula of Istanbul and its treasures : Suleymaniye mosque , the Beyazit Tower, the Grand Bazaar, the racetrack, the Blue Mosque, and the beautiful St. Sophia cathedral, built in 4th century.
Complete your journey by an overfly over the Gold Horn, the Taskim Place, and the Galatasaray and Inonu football stadiums, before coming back at your starting point.
FREE PICK UP SERVICE : roundtrip tranfer by car from your hotel to the heliport
Flights are operate every sunday, between 1 pm and 3:30 pm.
You need to know
- € 24.50 registred fee to be paid per person
- 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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|3||675 €||225 €|
|4||900 €||225 €|
|5||1 125 €||225 €|
|6||1 350 €||225 €|
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You'll fly on Leonardo Agusta 109
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Description of the helicopter :
The Agusta A.109 is a versatile twin-engine helicopter for civilian and military use in Italy. Since the merger between Agusta and Westland, it is called AW109. Agusta changes his name in Leonardo Company. Available versions are AW109 Power (civilian and military), AW109 GrandNew, AW109 Trekker and AW109LUH (military). This is the Ultimate luxury helicopter. 5 to 6 passengers seats and 1 or 2 pilots.