This helicopter ride is for maximum of 6 passengers only.
Exclusive helicopter transfer between various destinations in the UAE
Nad Al Sheeba Camel Track
Jebel Ali the Palm Area
Al Meydan Horse Track
Need To Know :
Currently not available until further notice. Please note all guests for the helicopter ride are requested to reach helipad at least 45 minutes prior to departure and should carry any photo ID copies. Pregnant women can only fly during the first 32 weeks of pregnancy or upon own risk. Smoking, food, and beverages are not allowed. Selfie sticks and tablets are not permitted onboard. Professional cameras and lenses of more than 400 mm are not permitted unless prior government approval has been obtained in advance. All flights are subject to weather and visibility conditions. People with limited mobility or physical handicaps can only fly when accompanied by a paying adult that takes full responsibility for getting them to and from the helicopter. This includes walking/carrying to the helicopter, lifting them into and out of the helicopter, getting them settled and comfortable.
Dress Code :
Wear light, comfortable clothing (please note scarves are not permitted for safety reasons).
Age/Vital Information :
Children 2 years old and above. Rate good for 5 passengers with a total of 450 kg.
Hop inside the state-of-the-art helicopter ride and sit next to the pilot or in the row of four seats behind. Then, enjoy the views as your helicopter whirrs skyward and flies high above Dubai and the Persian Gulf. Soar over the coastline and drink in the sight of the Palm Jumeirah, the incredible Burj Khalifa and the Burj Al-Arab hotel. Hover above the golden beaches and azure waters of the gulf, and have your camera poised as your pilot points out particular high-rises and attractions. Then, keep your camera ready as you head out over the sea to The World, the stunning man-made archipelago shaped to resemble a world map. Gaze down at the 300 or so sandy islets below and identify the different countries and continents, such as Lebanon and Greenland, as your pilot tells you about their private and hotelier owners.