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Horseshoe Bend Air Tour

Horseshoe Bend Air Tour

You’ve never been one to follow the crowd. So why follow them to Horseshoe Bend? Get above the fray, and see so much more than you ever could with a ground-floor view! On Grand Canyon Helicopters Horseshoe Bend Air tour, you’ll travel first-class all the way in a state-of-the art Eco-Star EC130 helicopter, custom-made for aerial sightseeing. Can you bring your camera? Absolutely! You’ll want to take as many pictures as you can to share with family and friends. But leave the selfie stick in the car.

For Reservations call Papillon Airways
Toll Free – (888) 635-7272
Local – (928) 645-0246

What you get:

  • An exclusive eagle’s-eye view of Lake Powell Resort, Wahweap Marina, Padre Bay, Lone Rock, Glen Canyon Dam and Steel Arch Bridge, and Horseshoe Bend, a 270-degree “incised meander” of the Colorado River
  • A flight in climate-controlled comfort in all-forward facing stadium style seats
  • Educational pilot commentary about the human history and compelling geology of the area
  • A truer understanding of the size, scope and complexity of this one-of-a-kind landscape

What you don’t get:

  • Dehydrated
  • Overheated
  • Exhausted
  • Frustrated

Flights depart daily* from the Page Municipal Airport. Approximate flight duration: 15 minutes

Government-issued photo identification (driver’s license, passport or state ID) required to check-in.

*weather permitting; operation of flight may be contingent on a certain number of passengers booked

What’s Included:

– Aerial views of Lake Powell, Glen Canyon Dam, and Horseshoe Bend

– 1st Class EcoStar EC130 Aircraft

– Oversize windows, stadium seating

Flight Duration: Approximately 10 – 12 minutes

For Reservations call Papillon Airways
Toll Free – (888) 635-7272
Local – (928) 645-0246

About The Author

Karlyn Bunting

Born in Page, Arizona...he has been here since Glen Canyon National Recreation Area was created in 1972. The Horseshoe Bend destination has been developing since the turn of the century and he has been here to witness it's phenomenal growth. He grew up serving visitors on air tours at Lake Powell Air Service, Scenic Airlines, and Grand Canyon Airlines. Now he manages GrandCanyon.com and helps people plan their vacations to the Grand Canyon area.