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Helicopter Dining

Treat a loved one, friends or clients with a helicopter flight to lunch in a top restaurant.

Atlas Helicopters in association with several of the South’s premier Country House Hotels is offering you the opportunity of combining the thrill and convenience of helicopter hire, with lunch at one of the South’s top restaurants.

It could be a Mother’s Day treat, a milestone birthday or celebration of friendship that inspires you travel in style and land in the lap of luxury. Take your pick of these top locations and tell us when you want to go.

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If departing from London, your helicopter trip will include a sightseeing flight before being transported to the hotel restaurant of your choice. If departing from Lee-on-Solent you’ll have a tour of Portsmouth Harbour and its historic dockyard.

Prices from £1000 for 4 people, depending on pick-up point.

What is included?

  • Return helicopter flight (maximum of 6-persons)
  • If departing from London, a helicopter sightseeing tour of the capital
  • If departing from Lee-on-Solent to Priory Bay Hotel, a helicopter tour of Portsmouth Harbour
  • 3-course A La Carte Menu (or equivalent)
  • Tea or coffee
  • Champagne onboard helicopter
  • Landing fees

Would you like you hotel included on this list? If you are looking to offer a similar experience for your guests, please read more about working with us to add a Helicopter Dining package to your hotel’s offering.

To book your helicopter dining experience, please contact our Operations Team today…

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Atlas Helicopters is a certified CAA and EASA Approved helicopter charter operator (AOC Number :- GB2201), formed in November 2001.