The Niagara Helicopter Grand tour is National Helicopters' most popular Niagara Falls tour. It's a twenty-minute flight from the Niagara District Airport to Brock's Monument in Queenston, flying over Niagara's world-renowned wine-producing region. The helicopter then heads south along the Niagara River, passing the Sir Adam Beck Hydroelectric Generating Station, the Whirlpool Rapids, the Spanish Aero Car, and the Maid of the Mist below. The journey concludes with a breathtaking aerial view of the American, Bridal Veil, and Canadian Horseshoe Falls. The helicopter will fly over the falls a second time so that passengers on the opposite side of the plane may see them as well. The helicopter then returns to the Niagara District Airport through a circuitous path.
Takeoff from the Helipad. The experience ground crew will make sure all passengers are safely secured before takeoff.
Brock's Monument is a 56-metre column dedicated to Major General Sir Isaac Brock, one of Canada's War of 1812 heroes, that stands atop Queenston Heights in Queenston, Ontario, Canada.
From the churning rapids, you are taken over the famous Rainbow Bridge.
Witness the American and Bridal Veil Falls which make up 2 of the 3 waterfalls that together are known as the Niagara Falls.
Flyover the magnificent Canadian Horseshoe Falls, the largest of the 3 waterfalls. The view is thrilling, but do not forget to take pictures!
See the Fallsview area which is home to other attractions such as; Skylon Tower, Fallsview Casino Resort, IMAX Theatre and much more!
Land safely back at the Helipad (the entire tour takes approximately 20 minutes).
Yes, there is taped commentary on the tour in either English, French or MandarinWhat is your refund policy?
Customers receive a full refund if they do not flyIs there a longer flight than this?
The VIP Extended Niagara Grand Tour is approximately 5 minutes longer and includes a glass of sparkling wine.Can I take a tour in the evening?
Evening Helicopter tours are not available, we fly between 11:30AM and 4:00PM, passengers must contact the Helipad on the day of their departure date to ensure the Helicopters are flying.How many passengers can the Helicopter hold?
The Helicopter can hold upto 6 passengersWhere can we park?
The Niagara District Airport has ample free parking. National Helicopters is located in the main terminal on the left hand side of the Airport
Flights occur between 11:30AM and 4:00PM*If weather looks poor, please feel free to call National Helicopters Limited for confirmation of flights. There is a minimum weather standard that National Helicopters Inc. is legally obliged to meet prior to flying.