In order to provide a enjoyable flight experience, our safety team has provided several FAA recognized and industry safe practices to be followed while you participate in a helicopter tour.

Our ground crew will follow and guide you through these procedures at the appropriate time. Helicopters are exciting however there are a lot of cautions that under no circumstances should you attempt to discard.

All riders must sign a provided Waiver of Liability before the tour begins, a minor under the age of 18 must have an accompanied parent/guardian signature before being allowed into the helicopter operating area.

Approching/Departing Aircraft

One of the most important items to be aware of is how to properly approach a helicopter, especially one that is running.

As shown on this graphic, never move towards the rear of the aircraft!

It is recommended that you always approach/depart from the front side as shown in the green areas. This will allow pilots and ground crew to always have visual contact with passengers.

Visual Contact

It is important that the pilot has visual contact with approaching passengers or ground crew. Wait for his/her signal before moving toward to departing away from the aircraft.

Rotor Wash - Debris

Beaware of any debris that may be blown up while approach aircraft. If you are unable to see, crouch down and wait for assistance.

Loose Items

Crouch down while approach aircraft. Remove loose articles (i.e. hats) and never chase after anything that blows away.

At no time is it permissible to smoke on the premises.
Cell Phones are not allowed during this tour.
Food and Drinks must be consumed before the tour or disposed of prior to flight


This is an "open air" ride. The aircraft doors will be off.
Seatbelts are REQUIRED at all times and must not be removed until directed.