FAQ’s – Helicopter Flights
- Heli Scenic Tours
- Heli Wedding Packages
- Heli Wine Tours
Up to 3,000 feet.
Tips are not necessary but are appreciated by your crew. Your satisfaction is the most important thing to us.
We’ve been operating our tours since 2003 without a single safety incident. We inspect our aircraft frequently and maintain safety standards laid out by Transport Canada.
All kids are welcome to ride the helicopter.
Whatever you like! Just be sure you have proper footwear and be prepared for the elements. (Keep in mind that while it might be warm in Kelowna, it’s cooler at higher elevations, especially for doors-off tours.)
The tours aren’t overly cold unless you’re doing a doors-off tour, in this case we recommend bringing a sweater or light jacket.
There’s no need for medication unless you’re prone to motion sickness.
Yes absolutely!!! You might want to bring some comfortable footwear.
Yes, we allow you to bring a bottle of champagne. We recommend bringing plastic flutes or well-wrapped glasses. Please ensure to leave our beautiful picnic areas just as you found them.
We’re happy to snap candids for you, but we recommend bringing a photographer if you are looking for professional quality photos.
Some wineries have picnic areas and some have restaurants. Give us a call when you book your tour and we can recommend lunch options based on your winery preferences.
No. The short amount of time and low altitude of the flight won’t cause any harm to your wine.
We can store any purchased wine in a box in the helicopter for you to take with you at the end of the tour. The winery can arrange shipment of larger quantities of wine.
Wine tasting fees are generally paid at each winery. Most wineries waive the tasting fee with purchase of a bottle of wine.
We have a list of Okanagan wineries you can choose from, limited by geographical proximity and landing area availability. Our list of wineries is on our website.