Helicopter Tours Of Put-in-Bay
Helicopter RidesPut-in-Bay is stunning from anywhere you look! Enjoying the vistas from Perrys International Peace Memorial’s balcony or the coastline from your yacht are classic yet lovely picturesque sights.
Get airborne with Put-in-Bay Helicopter Tours for something slightly out of the everyday grind and just a little daring!
Put-in-Bay Helicopter Rides Particulars
Paratus Air Helicopter Tours offers three incredible excursions, so why not take both Helciopeter rides while you’re on vacation at Put-in-Bay?
Each of the Helicopter rides has a minimum of two passengers, a maximum of three and is manned by a professional pilot.
The rides depart from the Put-in-Bay Airport, found at 1494 Langram Rd. on the south end of South Bass Island.
The Quick Birds Eye Helicopter Tour
The “Quick Birds Eye View Tour” takes you on a brief trip over the southeast side of Put in Bay.
Although it is a quick tour, you will still achieve an altitude of 800 feet with an amazing view of the islands! The Birds Eye Tour is $40.00 per person.
Treat yourself to the Put-in-Bay Tour view of the whole island while taking in Perry’s Victory and International Peace Monument, the South Bass Island Lighthouse, The Benson Ford Shiphouse, and the stony coastline and bays of Lake Erie for just $60.00 per person
Three Bass Islands Helicopter Rides
Take the Three Bass Islands Tour at $100.00 per person. Fly past the islands of Lake Erie, absorbing stellar views of South Bass Island, Middle, and North Bass.
You can even see Cedar Point and the Canadian Boundary, which is only a few miles away. This exquisite tour really provides a beautiful viewpoint of this fantastic and captivating part of the nation.
The Put-in-Bay site is open from May to September, while their Port Clinton location is open year-round.
Gift Cards make excellent gifts to those holidaying on the isle. First-timers and seasoned patrons will adore viewing Put-in-Bay from this fantastic, thrilling advantage.
The Put-in-Bay Airport allows small planes to easily transit to and from the island. It consists of two open runways year-round. The two runways are paved and modern; however, they are not light. Arrivals and departures are received from dawn to dusk. Departures after dusk are not permitted.
Aircraft landing at Put-in-Bay can periodically anticipate some turbulence on their approach when the wind surpasses 10 knots. All planes are required to remain at least 1000 feet away from Perry’s Victory and International Peace Monument. This monument is located 1.5 miles southwest of the area with a height of 942 MSL.
Put-in-Bay Airport does not deliver fuel service, but aviators can buy aviation fuel at our nearby airport Erie-Ottawa Regional Airport. The Put-in-Bay Airport also offers charter services, snack machines, and bathrooms. All primary credit cards are welcome as well.
Put-in-Bay Biplane Rides
After your helicopter ride, you can opt for a ride in a lovingly restored WWII biplane. An instructor mans these open cockpit crafts, and riders can choose from aerobatic thrills, relaxing scenic rides, and flight lessons. Once you get a nibble of flying, it’s hard to return to land.
Events at the Airport
Several fun occasions take place each summer at the Put-in-Bay Airfield. Are you a fan of vintage race cars or general aviation aircraft?
Be sure to come on down for the Put-in-Bay Airport 3W2 Fly-In. Pilots arrive in their planes at the airport to mingle and meet different plane aficionados. The famous Put-in-Bay Antique Car Parade joins the activity, and the day concludes with a pig roast. The Put-in-Bay Road Race Reunion is a two-day affair of road racing at the airport for both amateurs and pros alike. There are fun things to do for observers as well.
While there is no food service at the airport, there are several excellent options nearby. If you are spending the day, you can order a hot delicious Cameo Pizza to be delivered right to the airport, and they are open late night! Just a short golf cart ride away, you’ll find the sweetest place on the island, the Candy Bar. Over 500 different types of nostalgic and modern candy and homemade fudge. Lesters Taco Shop offers authentic Latin American food on the main strip with the beautiful DeRivera Park across the street. This establishment is an islander’s favorite for flavorful food and is open late night.