Avoid the queues with a helicopter charter to Aintree.
Randox Health Grand National (2 – 4 April, 2020)
With a direct flight from central London taking 75 minutes, you can experience the thrill of the Grand National first-hand with Atlas Helicopters.
You can leave from a departure point of your choice and for an estimate use the form below, or call our friendly Operations Team.
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This form provides an instant estimate. For an accurate quote click 'Get Final Quote' and our friendly Operations Team will respond within 2 hours (during office hours). Your contact details are saved only when you request a final quote.
YOUR FLIGHT DETAILS
The Thrill of Flying to Aintree
Avoid the queues and travel in one of Atlas’ aircraft such as this beautiful Agusta A109S Grand (pictured above). Fitted out in luxurious leather, with room enough for you and up to five guests, this stylish aircraft takes the stress out of travelling.
During your flight you’ll enjoy complimentary English sparkling wine from Hambledon Vineyard and copies of the Racing Post, helping you arrive in a bubbly mood, ready to enjoy a great day out and a quick flight home.
The World Is Watching Aintree
It is an epic race that is four and a half miles in length, has thirty fence jumps including famous names such as Becher’s Brook, Canal Turn and The Chair.
Over 600 million people will be watching the race but you could be there to witness the spectacle. Make the journey to Aintree as enjoyable as the event itself with luxury helicopter charter from Atlas Helicopters.
You’ll be picked up from a location near your home or office, and our flexible booking allows you to amend your pick-up time – perfect if you want to stay a little longer and mingle with your fellow racing fans.
The quote generator is an exclusive tool that will give you a flight estimate that you can send to us for a quote. If you want overnight accommodation, or fly to a secondary destination, the Atlas Operations Team can arrange everything for you.
To find out more about the course and race visit: Grand National