30min flight around Lyon
From Lyon-Bron, embark in a Airbus H125 helicopter for a unique discovery of Lyon and its region.
Embark on a flight experience with a panoramic view of the city of Lyon and the Monts d'Or, a small massif located northwest of Lyon. You will continue towards the plain of Ain, this small natural region even more beautiful seen from the sky.
A regulatory stopover will be made at Villefranche aerodrome. A special moment to share with your pilot around the helicopter. This moment will allow you to take photos and ask your questions to your pilot.
For your return flight, you will fly over the Beaujolais and all its castles. A breathtaking view of this region steeped in history before returning to Lyon Bron airport.
A unique flight from the Lyon region.
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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You'll fly on Airbus H125 Twinstar twin engine
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Description of the helicopter :
The H125 is a member of Airbus’ rugged and proven Ecureuil family. Some 6,500 members of the Ecureuil family (AS350, AS355, AS550, AS555, H125, H125M, EC130, H130) have been delivered in nearly 120 countries for more than 1,900 operators. Together, these aircraft have accumulated more than 33 million flight hours. The H125 is the undisputed leader in its class for the past 30 years. About 900 H125s (AS350 B3e) series aircraft are currently in service worldwide, and are mainly used for high-performance missions in high and hot conditions. The H125 has broken world records throughout its career. In 2005, the AS350 B3 broke the world record for the highest-altitude landing and takeoff, performed on Mount Everest at 8,848 metres (29,029 feet), a title still held today. On 19 May 2013, the AS350 B3 performed the world's highest long-line rescue operation on Lhotse, the world's fourth-highest mountain, located in the Himalayas, at 7,800 metres (25,590 feet).