Unique Helicopter Experiences
GIFTS & EXPERIENCES
There’s nothing more British than a cup of afternoon tea. As such, High Flying helicopter has teamed up with some truly fantastic country hotels. We’ll fly you in, and you simply enjoy the tea.Read More
Pilot Starter Lesson
Want to take to the skies and learn to fly a helicopter? The pilot starter lessons are a great, hands-on opportunity to experience what it is like to be a helicopter pilot.Read More
Discovery Helicopter Lesson
Discovery helicopter lessons are the first steps to a private helicopter license! In this lesson, you’ll experience the wonders of flight, first-hand, and take to the skies with a trained flight instructor.Read More
London Helicopter Tour
Experience the beauty and grandeur of London like you’ve never seen it before. From Westminster Abbey to the London Eye, this tour is the sightseeing adventure of a lifetime.Read More
Create Your Own Experience
If you prefer something other than tea, helicopter lessons, or a sightseeing tours, no problem! With our High Flying Helicopter Experience Days, we’d like to hear about the helicopter experience you’d like to try and give you a new perspective on the UK landscape below.Read More
Even though the name The Big Smoke doesn’t conjure connotations of romance, the capital city is a place steeped in love stories. From royal weddings to Shakespeare and Keats, London is every bit the whimsical, wonderful place to plan weddings and proposals. From whispering sweet nothings in St Paul’s to wandering regal gardens, making great love declarations atop shimmering skyscrapers, helicopter rides and aquarium dives -here are the finest ways of getting down on one knee in the cool capital…
Some love stories are all about roses and chocolates, soft nights snuggling on the sofa, and sweet nothings in the ear. Other love stories come with a little more kick, just like Nick and Sotiria. A couple who will happily swap Shakespearian sonnets for screaming on rollercoasters, paragliding over blue seas, and snowboarding down the side of mountains.
It’s no surprise then, that when Nick decided to pop the question, it wasn’t going to be all doe eyed over a candlelit dinner – it was going to be something that got the pulse racing.