City of Glasgow Helicopter Scenic Tour, Glasgow
- An amazing trip in a luxury Jetranger helicopter
- Take a trip round the largest city in Scotland from above
- A great experience for locals and visitors alike
Welcome on board our helicopter scenic tour of Glasgow. This helicopter sight seeing trip is an amazing flight on board a luxury helicopter.
Taking off from the helipad you will immediately climb to 2000 ft. where you will experience unparalleled views over Glasgow. Tracking along the River Clyde you will witness Glasgow past, present and future. Flying east you will initially pass Braehead shopping centre and Paisley on the south bank, whilst on the North bank the now closed ship yards that used to be the mainstay of the local economy. Ahead is the redeveloped Clydeside with the BBC Media Centre and Glasgow Science Centre adjacent the SECC.
As you fly over the city you’ll experience views of Glasgow as never seen before. The regimented streets of central Glasgow resemble the New York grid system and from above you and really appreciate the similarity. For football fans this tour includes a fly past of Ibrox stadium.
Throughout this flight you will receive a friendly and informative commentary from the pilot, through your personal headphones.
All Gift Experience Scotland helicopter scenic tours of Scotland are flown using a luxurious Bell JetRanger, which is widely regarded to be one of the best helicopters ever built. It’s safety and environmental statistics are second to none and with our highly qualified and experienced pilot at the controls, this trip is a comfortable and memorable one.
Take to the skies for this exciting helicopter trip on board our luxury Jetranger helicopter. An amazing experience for all ages!
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