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Giant’s Eye View – North Coast Helicopter Tour

Cutting Edge Helicopters, City of Derry Airport’s West Apron, Airfield Road, Eglinton, Eglinton, County Londonderry, BT47 3PZ

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Leave the world behind with the clouds beneath your feet on Cutting Edge Helicopters’ enthralling tour of the North Coast. As Northern Ireland’s premier helicopter charter company, Cutting Edge Helicopters and their highly experienced pilots and personnel provide a professional and reliable service allowing you sit back and enjoy every second of your unique experience.
 
On this 60-minute flight experience, you’ll enjoy stunning aerial views and the picturesque scenery of the North coast. Including the spectacular Downhill beach, Mussenden’s Temple, the Giant’s Causeway and Carrick-a-Rode rope bridge, as well as various filming locations from the iconic series, Game of Thrones®. As you pass by Portstewart and Portrush, be sure to keep an eye out for the Scottish giant, Benandoner. Legend has it that you can catch a glimpse of him on a clear day…

Tours depart from City of Derry Airport, where you’ll get to meet the ground crew and the pilot before taking to the skies. Then, from a ‘Giant’s Eye’ view, you’ll gaze down from the heavens on the breath-taking scenery of the North coast – so take plenty of photographs! Their pilots will fill you in on the local tales all along the way too, and don’t be afraid to ask questions, they love a wee chat!

 

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