A quick, relaxing and luxurious way to travel to Royal Ascot, avoid the congestion and entertain in style.
Royal Ascot (Tuesday 16th – Saturday 20th June 2020)
Avoid Royal Ascot’s notoriously heavy traffic and fly directly to the course in a luxury chartered helicopter. During your flight you’ll enjoy complimentary champagne and copies of the Racing Post, helping you arrive in a sparkling mood and ready to enjoy a great day out.
With leather interior and enough room for you and up to five guests, you can fly from any location in the UK. Ascot is only 15 minutes from central London and 65 minutes from Liverpool, plus you can leave from your home or office if the landing area is suitable.
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YOUR FLIGHT DETAILS
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With over 15 years of experience, our Operations Team is friendly, professional and discreet. They will arrange all of your flight plans, hospitality and chauffeured transfers. Your itinerary is always flexible and can be adapted to any last minute changes. It is not a problem if you need to stay longer or leave earlier.
Due to customer demand, all our aircraft are twin engine. These helicopters are safer, can fly at night, longer distances and at a quicker speed – they knock 20 minutes off a flight from Manchester to London. They’ve become very popular with the people who fly with Atlas Helicopters and we’re sure you will notice the difference.
RARING FOR ROYAL ASCOT
The origins of the Royal Ascot date back to 1711. Queen Anne was out riding in the area then known as East Cote, near Windsor Castle, when she arrived in an area of open heath that she thought would be perfect for horses to gallop at full speed. Just a few months later, the first event was held, with a prize of 100 guineas and just seven runners.
Royal Ascot is the most popular meets in the horse racing calendar and sees high society mixing with horse racing fans – not to mention Royalty, as Her Majesty the Queen attends every year.
The event starts on Tuesday 20th June, so it is time to check out the odds and pick out your favourites. Those bets won’t make themselves…
Learn more about the Royal Ascot here.