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South Rim helicopters are air only and are prohibited from flying below the rim and landing at the bottom. Personally, I prefer the 50-minute flight (tour #2). It's the better value and lets you see up to 75 percent of the Park. - Keith

30-Minute Flight
Tour: #1

This flight is your cheapest option. It goes from the South Rim to the North Rim and back via the Dragoon Corridor, which is the widest, deepest section of the Canyon. The views are absolutely superb. Best time to fly is in the morning. Uses the deluxe EcoStar 130 helicopter.

Duration: 30 Minutes
Helicopter: EcoStar 130 (6 seats)
Price: Includes all taxes, fees & fuel surcharges

US$ 234 per person
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50-Minute Flight (#1 Choice & Lowest Price!)
Tour: #2

This flight includes what the 30-minute flight does as well as flying to the Park's eastern boundary (including Desert Watchtower and Colorado River confluence). By the time you finish this tour, you'll have seen 75 percent of the Grand Canyon. Uses the deluxe EcoStar 130 helicopter.

Duration: 50 Minutes
Helicopter: EcoStar 130 (6 seats)
Price: Includes all taxes, fees & fuel surcharges

US$ 284 per person
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30-Minute w/ Jeep
Tour: #3

This tour combines air and ground into one irresistible package. Starts with a 30-minute rim-to-rim helicopter flight & ends with a Jeep (totally modified for your comfort) tour that covers everything from Grand Canyon Village to Grandview Point. IMAX movie tickets included.

Duration: 3 hours
Helicopter: Bell Ranger (6 seats)
Jeep: Custom 4x4
Price: Includes all taxes, fees & fuel surcharges

$259 per person
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Helicopter tours often sell out. Purchase tickets 1-2 week in advance. Book online for lowest price. Must complete booking on Web to qualify for Internet discount. Rates are subject to change. If you need a flight in the next 72 hours, conact me at (702) 530-8687 or click here to chat now.