Wings Air Coupons and Deals
Flying is a lot like having a staring contest—even with utter concentration, you'll never be better at it than birds. Go toe-to-beak with our winged companions with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $358 for a 30-minute helicopter tour over New York City for two (a $672 value) $149 for a 30-minute piloting experience for one (a $288 value) Sightseers start their tour at Westchester County Airport, where their whirlybird will take off before swooping over to New York City, granting stunning aerial views of Central Park, Yankee Stadium, the Manhattan skyline, the East River bridges, and Lady Liberty. The ...
Have you ever imagined what it would be like to be Superman? Soaring across the sky with ease, checking out your favorite sights from thousands of feet in the air — it would truly be the life, but unfortunately superpowers aren't real. Helicopters, however, are serious contenders for the next best thing. Take in sights of Manhattan, the Hudson Palisades, and the entire New York City region by helicopter for just $189 per person with today's deal from Wings Air. Save 44% on this helicopter touring experience, departing from Westchester County Airport. You'll have sky-high seats to view Yankee Stadium, Harlem, the canyons of Midtown, the famous pinnacles of the Empire State and Chrysler buildings, and more, all under the control of a certified helicopter pilot.
Feel the rush of piloting a helicopter in the sky above New York with exclusive pulse at Wings Air. Yes, you can be as free as a bird as you take control of the helicopter for the majority of the flight! If you've ever wanted to come eye to beak with your feathered friends on their terms, this is the perfect chance. Pay just $149 for this pulse (a $197.50 value) and receive a one hour flight lesson from the expert pilots at Wings Air. The lesson consists of a 30 minute ground instruction followed by 30 minutes of flight time where you will discover areas of NYC that you wouldn't know existed, including a secret sixth borough...