Departing Oxford London Airport, you will fly towards Bicester before heading north and onwards to Banbury and then Gaydon, which is home to the British Motor Museum.
From Gaydon you head east, skirting Stratford-upon-Avon, where William Shakespeare was born and buried. Stratford-upon-Avon is also the home of The Royal Shakespeare Company and their three theatres.
The helicopter then heads south back towards Oxford, taking in many ancient English settlements along the way.
You will see all of this and more from the luxury and comfort of one of our helicopters, which is undoubtedly the coolest way to travel!
‘My soul is in the sky’ – William Shakespeare
Many consider William Shakespeare to be England’s greatest writer and fans from all over the world make the pilgrimage back to his birthplace. Soar above the crowds of tourists on the ground – a helicopter tour of Stratford-upon-Avon is something that you will never forget.
Whilst Stratford-upon-Avon has changed since the 16th century, you can still imagine those bustling streets as you get the perfect view of his hometown and the houses still standing where he will have spent time. It is such a privilege to be able to see what he must have drawn inspiration from.
All aircraft are subject to weight & balance limitations, both for individual passenger weights and the combined weight of all passengers flying
The individual seat limit is 110kg (17 stone), if anyone in your group is above this weight you will need to purchase an additional seat unless you have purchased an exclusive use flight and do not intend to fill all the seats
Additionally, there is a maximum group weight of 500kg, if your total group weight exceeds this, we may have to ask you to reduce passenger numbers to bring the flight inside this restriction
Children under the age of four are not permitted to fly with us. Additionally, there is a minimum passenger weight limit of 15 kg. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.