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Surrey Helicopter Adventures

Sign up for some superb Surrey sightseeing by helicopter! On these tours out of Blackbushe Airport you can stay local or explore the wider county of Surrey to see all those photogenic sights in around this lovely county. Whichever flight you take it’s going to be a whole lot of rotary fun.Blackbushe is a well-placed airport in Surrey in the M3/M4 corridor and not far from the Berkshire border. Back the fledging days of air passenger transportation it was a very busy place with scheduled flight services clocking up over 36 000 movements a year in 1955. Nowadays around Surrey it’s known as the private jet airport with smart business jets and executive helicopters lined up on the tarmac ready to transport their passengers at a moment’s notice.One of those fancy helicopters out on the tarmac is your ride for the day. It’ll most probably be in a Robinson R44 helicopter which is a four seater chopper that’s popular at airports and helioports the world over. We are offering a duo of flight durations for these tours so you can go on a quick local buzz or head further afield for a longer sightseeing and flying experience.The local ‘buzz’ tour gives you your first taste of helicopters with a little look around the area local to Blackbushe. See if you can spot your car in the car park below you then¬†head over Yately Common Country Park You’ll get to see Castle Bottom Nature Reserve and the local barracks before gently landing back down at base most likely with a huge smile on your face as you reflect on the day you flew in a chopper over Surrey!The Surrey Adventure boosts the airtime to give you 30 minutes of Surrey sightseeing by helicopter. Starting in a westerly direction you’ll be heading over the lovely Wellington Country Park before continuing in a northerly direction over bustling Reading and the M4. You’ll then follow the Thames to delightful Henley on Thames. Coming back to Blackbushe it’s golf courses and greenery galore as you pass over the Wokingham area.

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