Helicopter Tours

HELICOPTER TOURS

Deluxe Airbus – Additional Charge

Robinson R44 – Standard

The Beginning of Panama Canal Ocean to Ocean Helicopter Tour
We’ll start our trip going to go to the Bridge of the Americas, Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal. This bridge was built in 1962, becoming the second bridge on the Panama Canal.

Visit the Miraflores Locks
In Miraflores, we can observe the operations of the Old Panama Canal, completed in 1914. These locks were built as a hinge and allow ships up to 289 meters long and up to 5,000 TEUs (1 TEU is equivalent to a 20-foot container).
Without the Panama Canal, the largest cities at the west coast of the American Continent wouldn’t be what they are today.

Flight to the New Expanded Canal
After visiting the Miraflores Locks not deviate briefly to the east indirection to Cocolí Locks, part of the proposed Canal expansion, which opened on June 26, 2016.
These new locks allow ships up to 366 meters long and up to 13000 TEUs (1 TEU is equivalent to a 20-foot container).

Pedro Miguel Locks
Part of the old canal and like the Miraflores locks both have a length of approximately 3 kilometers including access to the walls. Pedro Miguel is the set of locks connecting Lake Miraflores to Gatun Lake, with the highest elevation.

The Gatun Lake
The Gatun Lake, constructed to supply water from the Chagres River to Panama Canal, the Gatun Lake used to the largest artificial lake ever constructed.
Nearly 17,000 commercial vessels cross the Panama Canal each year.

Agua Clara Locks, Expanded Canal
Located on the north side of the Panama Canal, the Agua Clara Locks are our final destination. A unique view of Gatun Lake, Panama Canal and the Atlantic Ocean.

What to Bring for the Panama Canal Ocean to Ocean Helicopter Tour
For each flight, it is important not to forget your original identification documents such as identity cards for Panamanians and passports for foreigners.

The Beginning of the City Tour
Take off vertically from the Albrook Domestic Airport for this 20-minute helicopter scenic tour of Panama City. After takeoff, it’s straight to the landmarks that have made Panama one of the world’s greatest cities to live or visit. Ascending we’ll observe the entrance of the Panama Canal and the Ancon Hill.
Then we’ll fly to Casco Viejo where we can observe the old plazas, monuments, and the parks. We’ll continue to Cinta Costera 3 until arriving in the modern Panama City. We’ll fly around this beautiful bay surrounded by huge skyscrapers, parks, and yacht clubs.
The Panama City Helicopter Tour is available every day at any hour between 7:30 am and 5:30 pm.

What to Bring for the Panama City Helicopter Tour
For each flight, it is important not to forget your original identification documents such as identity cards for Panamanians and passports for foreigners.

The Beginning of The Helicopter Tour
We’ll start our trip going to go to the Bridge of the Americas, Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal. This bridge was built in 1962, becoming the second bridge on the Panama Canal.

Visit the Miraflores Locks
In Miraflores, we can observe the operations of the Old Panama Canal, completed in 1914. These locks were built as a hinge and allow ships up to 289 meters long and up to 5,000 TEUs (1 TEU is equivalent to a 20-foot container).

Flight to the New Expanded Canal
After visiting the Miraflores Locks not deviate briefly to the east indirection to Cocolí Locks, part of the proposed Canal expansion, which opened on June 26, 2016.

What to Bring for The Panama Canal Helicopter Tour
For each flight, it is important not to forget your original identification documents such as identity cards for Panamanians and passports for foreigners.
Aircraft available in this package are US helicopters manufacturer Robinson. The models are the Robinson R44 from 1 to 3 passengers and a R66 for 4 passengers.

Large Groups
If the number of passengers exceeds the capacity of the aircrafts, our Panama Canal Helicopter Tour can easily add more aircraft to complete the group. Currently, we have 10 places in 2 helicopters Robinson R44 and 1 Robinson R66.

The Panama Canal
We’ll start our trip going to go to the Bridge of the Americas, Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal. This bridge was built in 1962, becoming the second bridge on the Panama Canal.

Visit the Miraflores Locks
In Miraflores, we can observe the operations of the Old Panama Canal, completed in 1914. These locks were built as a hinge and allow ships up to 289 meters long and up to 5,000 TEUs (1 TEU is equivalent to a 20-foot container).

Flight to the New Expanded Canal
After visiting the Miraflores Locks not deviate briefly to the east indirection to Cocolí Locks, part of the proposed Canal expansion, which opened on June 26, 2016.
These new locks allow ships up to 366 meters long and up to 13000 TEUs (1 TEU is equivalent to a 20-foot container).

Pedro Miguel Locks
Part of the old canal and like the Miraflores locks both have a length of approximately 3 kilometers including access to the walls. Pedro Miguel is the set of locks connecting Lake Miraflores to Gatun Lake, with the highest elevation.

What to Bring for The Panama City & Canal Helicopter Tour
For each flight, it is important not to forget your original identification documents such as identity cards for Panamanians and passports for foreigners.

Large Groups
If the number of passengers exceeds the capacity of the aircrafts, our Panama Canal Helicopter Tour can easily add more aircraft to complete the group.
Currently, we have 10 places in 2 helicopters Robinson R44 and Robinson R66