How much does a helicopter ride cost in Panama City Beach?

Miracle Strip Panama City Beach Helicopter Tours cover about ten miles and are around $55 a person. This tour takes you along the beach and allows you to see city and county piers. It also includes shipwreck waterpark sightings as well as an overhead view of all the hotels and beaches in the area.

How much does it cost to ride helicopter in Panama City Beach?

INTRO – $40 per person

Our intro ride is perfect for first time riders or for families with small children. This tour will fly you over the beautiful emerald coast water from the Panama City pier to the County pier and back. All of our scenic air tours will put a smile on your face.

How much does helicopter trip cost?

Most Popular Helicopters Hourly Charter Rate:

Helicopter # of Passengers Average Hourly Rate USD
Bell 206 Jet Ranger Pilot + 4 Passengers $1,200 – $1,300
Bell 407 Pilot + 6 Passengers $2,000- $2,700
Airbus AS350/H125 Astar Pilot + 6 Passengers $1,700 – $2,100
Airbus EC120/H120 Pilot + 4 Passengers $1,100 – $1,200

What are the red helicopters in Panama City Beach?

BEAUTIFUL

Panhandle Helicopter provides air tours from Panama City Beach, Florida. Tours vary depending on the amount of time you’d like to spend in the air viewing “the world’s most beautiful beaches” from the best seat on the beach.

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Why do red helicopters fly over Panama City Beach?

Why do helicopters fly over Panama City Beach? Because the scenery is epic and varied. There are so many different types of terrain to see (and wildlife to spot).

Why do helicopters fly over beaches?

HELICOPTERS on shark patrols over North Coast beaches use signals to get surfers and swimmers out of the water if they believe there is an immediate threat.

Where is Shell Island in Florida?

Shell Island – Panama City Beach, FL. A favorite spot for locals and visitors alike, Shell Island is an approximately 7-mile long undeveloped barrier island running east to west between the Gulf of Mexico and the St. Andrew Bay.