A little adrenaline rush can be thrilling and make you feel daring and on top of the world. Take things up a notch during your next family vacation to a historic city by signing up for a helicopter charter ride for you and your teenagers to participate in. The views will be spectacular and you and your loved ones can appreciate the layout of the city from elevated heights.
Follow The Reservation And Sign-In Requirements
Most helicopter charter companies request that participants sign up for tours in advance. Holidays, weekends, and the summer may be considered peak times when flights are booked quickly. For this reason, try to look into various charter companies, the tour routes that are offered, pricing, and the hours of operation. After choosing a charter outfitter, go ahead and reserve a time slot.
You will be required to use a credit or debit card to reserve your time and may need to produce the card on the day of the tour to verify your identity. Your driver's license will also need to be shown to the person who checks you and your children in. The information that you receive during the registration phase will specify what time you should arrive for your tour and where you need to meet, prior to boarding the helicopter.
Secure Loose Items And Gear Up
Bringing along loose items, such as wallets, purses, hats, or sunglasses should be avoided. The charter company may even impose rules that prohibit passengers from bringing extra items that are not essential during a tour. Also, losing personal possessions is a strong possibility if they are brought on board.
A phone or small camera is fine, however, and you should bring one along if you would like to capture the sights that you take in while flying overhead the city. If you will be driving yourself and your children to the launch site, then leave your personal possessions inside of your vehicle. If you have anything of value that you are concerned about leaving in your vehicle, you may be able to secure a small locker inside of the charter company's main building.
After you and your children check-in, you will be provided with safety gear and headphones. The headphones are designed to be worn over your ears and will allow you and your loved ones to hear what the captain is saying while you are up in the air.Share