Monaco - Nice transfer
Your helicopter from Monaco to Nice.
Only 7 minutes flight time, the end of traffic jam !
In this COVID-19 period, to ensure your health safety, all of our transfers are operated in privatization. You will travel among yourselves.
REGULAR LINE :
Take-offs every 15mn from Monaco to ensure the Nice departing flights. More than 50 flights a day, and correspondences with every Nice airport's planes.
You will directly land on the airport tarmac, a shuttle will transfer you to the airport terminal.
PICK UP SERVICE included :
A limo service comes picking you up at your Hotel, Home or Company to take you to the Monaco Heliport.
Handling service at the heliport.
1 cabin bagage of 23kgs max. per person.
FAST PASS SERVICE included :
A new service for your departures from the Nice airport for every passengers with a cabin bagage and in possession of their boarding pass.
We can directly operate the transfer to the Terminal 1 or 2 after a quick check in the VIP Terminal in the helicopter area.
This service is available only with the following companies :
- British Airlines
- Air France
- Qatar Airways
- Corsica Airlines
- Turkish Airlines
You need to know
- The health pass is not mandatory for our tourist flights.
- For operational reasons, the days and times of flights may be subject to modification.
- 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
Select offer :
|1||650 €||650 €|
|2||650 €||325 €|
|3||650 €||216,67 €|
|4||650 €||162,50 €|
|5||650 €||130 €|
|750 €||125 €|
FLIGHT TYPE :
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You'll fly on Airbus H125 Astar single engine 5 passengers
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Description of the helicopter :
The Aerospatial AS350 Squirrel is a versatile light helicopter developed by Aerospatiale, then produced by Eurocopter since January 1990 and Airbus Helicopters from January 2014 under the name H125.