Where is the departure location? The helis will depart from Corporate Jet Services Terminal, Sir Henry Wigley Drive, Queenstown Airport. Please note that no parking is available directly on site however Queenstown Airport may have spaces available.
Can I book all seats on the heli? Yes – flights to the concert are booked on a first in, first served basis and you’ll be able to see exactly what flights and how many seats are available flying to the concert.
There are 3 grouped time slots for flights back to Queenstown after the concert. Simply select your prefered return slot and you will be grouped on arrival. We’ll do our best to keep your group together.
How do I get to and from the Private Terminal at Queenstown Airport? As there is no parking on site, we highly recommend getting dropped off at Queenstown Airport. Using a taxi or ride share service is also suggested. Try Queenstown Taxis on 03-450 3000
Luggage – Carry On Only Please! Our helicopters have limited space, so please only bring one personal bag – which will have to go on your lap or under your feet. Sorry, there is no room for chilly bins and the lockers of the helicopter will be unavailable.
Where does the helicopter land? Your heli will land at the concert – 200m from the entry gate
What does it cost? Seats are $398 per person + booking fee, return
The safety of you, other guests, and our staff is our priority.
We have the right to refuse to carry passengers that we consider to be a potential risk to the safety of the aircraft, its crew, or its passengers.
Reasons for refusal will typically include if the passenger:
is under the influence of drugs or alcohol;
has refused to allow a security check to be carried out on them or their baggage;
has not obeyed the instructions of ground staff or a member of the crew relating to safety or security;
has used threatening, abusive or insulting words towards ground staff, another passenger or a member of the crew;
has behaved in a threatening, abusive, insulting or disorderly way towards a member of ground staff or a member of the crew of the aircraft;
has deliberately interfered with the performance by a member of the crew of the aircraft in carrying out their duties;
has put the safety of either the aircraft or any person in it in danger;
if the mental or physical state or health of the passenger poses a danger or risk to themselves, the aircraft, or any person in it.
Unacceptable Behaviour On Board
Certain passenger behaviours are not acceptable or permitted while on board an aircraft, including:
endangering the safety of an aircraft
being drunk in an aircraft
disobeying a command from the captain of an aircraft, and
acting in a disruptive manner (including interfering with the work of a member of the crew).
If a member of the crew deems behaviour disruptive, they have the right to take measures they think reasonable to prevent the passenger from continuing that behaviour. When the aircraft lands, their actions may include:
making the passenger leave the aircraft, possibly under police escort
refusing to carry the passenger on the remaining sectors of the journey shown on their ticket, and
reporting the incident on board the aircraft to the relevant authorities with a view to prosecuting them for any criminal offences that may have been committed.