Helicopter Tours (New York, USA) Reviews
Newest Review: ... is longer at 12-15 minutes long and for $135 per person you get a lot more sights to behold including of course the Statue of Liberty but also the Empire State close up, the Chrysler Building, Ellis Island, Central Park and the George Washington Bridge. The next one up is the one I personally went on - the New York New York tour. It's 16-20 minutes long (ours was 20) and is $200 per person - as well as the other places mentioned you also get to fly over the new and old Yankee Stadiums, Columbia University, the Palisade of New Jersey and a birds eye view of New York's five states. For the romantics of you out there, there is a night time t... more
Customer Helicopter Tours (New York, USA) Reviews (3)
by - written on 28/08/09, updated on 28/08/09 (Very useful, 70 readings)
When I went to New York just before Christmas last year I wanted to do something exciting and different. I'd never been on a helicopter before and I wanted to see all the sights in New York and so before I went started googling different sightseeing trips around the city. I stumbled across Liberty Helicopters which operate helicopter tours over the city and I immediately knew it was something I had to do! --Locations etc-- Liberty Helicopters are the only company who operate tourist helicopters in New York City so they are really your only option. They have been operating the sightseeing tours since 1990 and are well established with a good safety ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/01, updated on 23/03/01 (Very useful, 349 readings)
The first time I went to New York City, in September 1999, like most tourists visiting the city, I seemed to develop an unnatural fascination with the Statue of Liberty, seeking to view it from all potential angles. I took the Staten Island Ferry, to pass it from a distance along one side. I took the Liberty Ferry out to it, so that I could look at it from below, and go inside it. I even climbed all the way up to the crown, so that I could experience first-hand the statue's view over the Atlantic. However, unquestionably the most costly of my trips out to look at the statue close to, was a helicopter ride with Liberty Helicopters. LIBERTY HELICOPTERS ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/00, updated on 12/10/00 (Useful, 101 readings)
A 12 minute helecopter tour that takes in the entire west side of the island of Manhattan as well as two trips round the Statue of Libery is a must while you are in New York. It may sound extravagent, but it is really not as expensive as you would think, and the views are just breath taking. Make sure that it is a clear day, as the slightest bit of cloud or haze will spoil your view. The helecopters hold about 6 people, and a full safety briefing is given. The companyies that run them have to follow strict safety procedures, so you don't have to worry about them falling out of the sky - they are perfectly safe. ... Read the complete review
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