York Racecourse Helicopter Charters
Flying to York 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…
York Racecourse’s Roman History
Newmarket in Suffolk might have the Royal association and a 350+ year history but York certainly has claim to be the oldest racing region in the UK.
According to the York Archaeological Trust evidence of equine sporting events can be found on the Knavesmire as early as neolithic times.
There is historical evidence from 1530 that horse racing took place on the frozen River Ouse. Along with a famous yearly race for a golden bell taking place in the nearby Forest of Galtres in 1590.
As mentioned above the course is on the Knavesmire, a piece of land famous for the hanging of English highwayman Dick Turpin, and next to The Chocolate Works, form home of Terry’s of York.