Newbury Racecourse Helicopter Charters
Flying to Newbury Racecourse is made as easy as possible for you with our discreet VIP service.
Everything is arranged by our friendly Operations Team who are dedicated to detail. Since 2001 they’ve been organising a wide range of itineraries, with discretion guaranteed.
This exclusive Quote Generator gives you an instant estimate and once received the Operations Team will respond with a detailed quote.
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YOUR FLIGHT DETAILS
Flexible Itineraries and VIP Flight
Your departure point will be as close as possible to your business or home, with chauffeured transfers taking you to the aircraft where necessary.
Our luxury twin-engine aircraft have enough room for you and up to five guests.
During your flight you’ll enjoy complimentary English sparkling wine from Hambledon Vineyard, light catering and copies of the Racing Post, helping you arrive in a relaxed and bubbly mood, ready to enjoy a great day out.
Flying by helicopter definitely takes the stress out of travelling and with a flexible itinerary, you can extend your stay and set your agenda.
This is made possible by our fleet of twin-engine helicopters which are permitted to fly at night, so your journey need not be limited to daylight hours.
Call the friendly Operations Team on 01256 635 000 or use the Quote Generator below…
About Newbury Racecourse
It was a chance meeting with King Edward VII that brought horse racing at Newbury’s current location.
Between 1805 and 1811 “Newbury Races” an annual two-day race meeting at Enborne Heath but it wasn’t until almost 100 years later that Kingsclere trainer, John Porter proposed a new racecourse at Newbury.
Objections from the Jockey Club to his proposals happened several times, until Porter gained the King’s support and the plans were approved by the Jockey Club.
The Newbury Racecourse Company was formed in 1904 and on September 26 and 27, 1905 the first ever racemeeting took place at Newbury Racecourse with Copper King ridden by Charlie Trigg and trained by Charles Marnes winning the opening race, the Whatcombe Handicap.
Discover more: Newbury Racecourse (wikipedia)