All individuals, both residents, and visitors, arriving from out-of-state to Hawaii will be required to show a negative COVID test result before taking a helicopter tour with our company.
As a helicopter operator, we affirm that our highest priority is the safety of our customers, our crew, and the public. We are committed to ensuring that our passengers are protected in every possible manner.
Therefore, we pledge to:
Meet or exceed any applicable federal, state, or municipal regulation introduced to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases
Disinfect our aircraft, according to manufacturer recommendations, between every flight
Conduct a deeper cleaning of our aircraft every night, according to manufacturer recommendations, or as often as necessary
Continuously clean or disinfect our waiting area, our counters, our restrooms, and any other publicly accessible area of our facility
Require our flight and ground crews to use masks and sanitize hands.
Avoid transporting anyone who is visibly ill during our check-in process
Recommend the use of masks and gloves to our passengers, making this personal protective equipment (PPE) items available to those who need them.
Come and experience the Kona Coast from the air with us. This is amazing private helicopter tour takes you either from Kona Airport (Southbound) past Honokohau Bay, Kona Town, Keauhou to the famous Captain Cook or (Northbound) to the famous Kua Bay, Kiholo Bay , Hapuna Beach and Kawaihae.
We also offer our incredible Kona sunset helicopter tour! Watch the sky turn orange, pink, and reds while flying high above the Big Island.
Departing from Kona International Airport, we head straight up into the sky to get a birds eye view of one of the most stunning landscapes in the Hawaiian Islands.
Northbound we have some of the planets most stunning beaches including the multi award winning Manini‘owali Beach (Kua Bay). South bound we get as far as Captain Cook, often overlooked for more resort-saturated spots along Hawaii Island’s Kona Coast. Captain Cook, a small town with a population of just 3,400 individuals, is full of Hawaiian history.
On January 17, 1779, Captain James Cook, of Great Britain, sailed into Kealakekua Bay. The native Hawaiian welcomed the Captain and his crew with open arms, believing them to be returning gods. A massive feast was held in their honor, however, a month later, upon realizing that the Captain and his crew were mere mortals, Cook was killed in a conflict. Approximately 99 years later, a 27-foot white obelisk was erected to honor the famous seafarer.
There is something incredible about sunsets on the Big Island of Hawaii – especially seen from the Kona Coast. Join us on a truly remarkable flight that will take you from Kona Airport along the magnificent coastline during the “Golden Hour”. As the sun sets and we wait for the “Green Flash” you will be amazed at the vast array of reds, orange, purple and gold colors appearing in the sky. Experience the best sunset in the world while flying the historic Kona coast.
Kona International Airport - 73-200 Kupipi St, Kailua, HI 96740
Tours may be canceled or changed up to 24 hours prior to the scheduled flight time without incurring a fee. Tours cancelled after 24 hours prior to the flight, or passengers who fail to show up 30 minutes prior to flight time, will be billed the full price of the tour booked.
Passengers who cancel their flight with less than 24 hours notice, but re-book their tour for another day, will incur a service charge fee of $100. Passengers who miss their scheduled flight time due to a late check-in (Check in is 30 minutes prior to your scheduled flight time) will be charge a fee of $100 if they are able to reschedule.
If they are unable to reschedule their tour, the passenger will be charged a fee equal to the price of the tour booked.