New York Helicopter Tour – Manhattan, Brooklyn and New Jersey | 30 Minutes

$ 406.64 / AED 1492.37 per person


  • Heli tours are a must-do and this one covers Manhattan and New Jersey
  • 180 degree views from large windows and headsets to hear pilot commentary
  • Highly-skilled pilots fly the Bell 407 which offers speed, safety and a smooth ride
  • Fly over Manhattan highlights and the New Jersey Shoreline
  • **ALL INCLUSIVE** All taxes and heliport charges are included in the tour cost

Activity Schedule

Flights are available at the following times:
01 Mar - 06 Jan: Daily except Sundays from 9:00am – 5:00pm
07 Jan - 28 Feb: Daily except Tuesdays & Sundays from 10:00am – 4:00pm
Please state your preferred start time in the special requests field at the time of booking. Call the operator once you arrive in NYC to confirm all details.


Go for the best with a luxurious perspective on an incomparable city! On this 30-minute helicopter flight you’ll take in such sights as the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the World Financial Center, as well as many more. Witness the spectacle and glamor of New York City from high in the sky!

Celebrate freedom by looking on the lovely Lady Liberty and remember the immigrant dream at Ellis Island.

Soar above the Hudson River, marveling at the iconic Empire State Building and Chrysler Building!

As well as Manhattan this epic adventure also includes highlights of New Jersey such as the dramatic cliffs of the Palisades! You will also fly over Brooklyn highlights including the Brooklyn Bridge and Coney Island.

This fantastic helicopter tour is all-inclusive, which means unlike with most tours you do not have to pay a heliport fee on the day of the flight.

Your unforgettable New York Helicopter Tour – Manhattan, Brooklyn and New Jersey adventure begins when you make your way to the Downtown Manhattan Heliport at Pier 6 on the East River, located between the South Street Seaport and the Staten Island Ferry Terminal.

After watching a safety video and receiving a safety briefing from the crew you will rise into the air over The Big Apple. As you soar over the city, you’ll enjoy an up-close view of the Statue of Liberty, that marvelous gift from the people of France to the U.S.A. As you hover over Ellis Island, you’ll remember the millions of immigrants whose first views of the U.S.A were at that very spot. From 1892 until 1954, this was the busiest immigrant inspection station in the U.S.A

Heading to Brooklyn, you’ll fly over the Verrazano Bridge, the longest suspension bridge in North America and the starting point for the New York City Marathon. From here, you can see the resorts and amusement parks of Coney Island, and the manmade Hoffman Island and Swinburne Island. These islands were used for quarantining immigrants with communicable diseases and as training grounds for the U.S. military in WWII. Hoffman Island now hosts a variety of nesting wading birds and harbor seals have been wintering at both islands in the last 10 years.

As you make your way up the Hudson River, you’ll enjoy the sights of the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building, those iconic Art Deco structures that symbolize the New York City skyline. You’ll be impressed by the World Financial Center, home to companies such as American Express and Merrill Lynch. On non-game days, you’ll take in the landmark Yankee Stadium, and you’ll thrill to the astounding sight of the New Jersey Palisades, a line of steep cliffs along the west side of the lower Hudson River. You’ll see the impress grounds of Columbia University and witness the vitality and flavor of Harlem.

You’ll fly over the Chelsea Piers, which were used for passenger ships in the early 20th century and were the destination of the ill-fated Titanic. At the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, you’ll see a collection of museum ships, including the USS Intrepid and the Concorde SST, as well as the Space Shuttle Enterprise.

Along the New Jersey Coast, you’ll have remarkable views of the Goldman Sachs Tower, the tallest building in New Jersey, as well as the Colgate Clock and Liberty State Park, which was opened in 1976 as part of the celebrations for the bicentennial of American Independence.

You’ll see Ground Zero, the site of the World Trade Center, where the city’s and the nation’s heart was broken on September 11, 2001.

Upon completion of the tour, you will disembark at the Downtown Manhattan Heliport and be free to make your way back to your accommodation.


30 minute helicopter flight Commentary from the pilot Headsets Map, information pack

Additional info

The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Sound-insulating headsets are given to each passenger to listen and speak with the pilot and one another

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