Helicopters (1 - 8 seats)


(1 - 8 seats)

Helicopters are particularly popular for transporting between 1 and 8 passengers on short and medium distance flights for roadshows, tourist guides, gourmet getaways or weddings. With one or two turbines, depending on the model, these helicopters have classic or VIP cabins. The helicopters according to the models can travel between 250 to 1000 Kms of distance for the most powerful in the greatest comfort and in complete safety.


Rent a helicopter and access exclusive locations


As part of your private flights, you can take advantage of access to exclusive airports and terminals, and enjoy a top-of-the-range travel experience with greater flexibility. Helicopters, because of their ability to take off and land vertically, can use helipads located in urban areas with restricted access, shortening travel times between your departure point and your destination. This increased accessibility to specific locations enables efficient and personalized travel, meeting the specific needs of private travellers.

  • How do helicopters work, and how do they differ from conventional aircraft?

    Helicopters operate by rotating their blades, which creates lift and allows movement in all directions. Unlike fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters can take off and land vertically, making them ideal for restricted access areas. They offer great maneuverability, but their cruising speed is generally lower than that of airplanes.

  • What are the different types of helicopter?

    There are several types of helicopter designed for specific missions. Light helicopters are generally used for personal or business transport missions, while heavy helicopters are often deployed for cargo transport or rescue. There are also medical and military helicopters.

  • What are the safety considerations associated with using helicopters?

    Similar to aircraft, helicopter operations involve important safety considerations, including regular equipment inspections, thorough pilot training, weather and emergency management, and preventive maintenance. The safety of passengers and crew is a priority, and operators must adhere to strict standards to ensure safe flights.