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View Dubai’s Iconic Landmarks in a Helicopter

Nothing captures Dubai’s impressive skyline and landmarks like a helicopter ride. Check in at FlyHigh Dubai’s five-star helipad and heli-lounge at Atlantis The Palm Dubai and fly over the city’s iconic attractions for an unforgettable experience with the ‘Heli & Sightseeing’ package.

Chiara Boccascino, Director FlyHigh Dubai Helicopter Services, said: “FlyHigh Dubai Helicopter Services are an exclusive and prestigious way to travel and allow you to discover the emirates in style. Our sightseeing tours served by top-of-the-line helicopters and most experienced pilots are designed to elevate travelers experience with breathtaking bird’s eye view of the most fascinating scenery and attractions across the UAE. ‘Heli & Sightseeing’ is a superb package for tourists and residents to discover Dubai and Abu Dhabi and offers an unforgettable aerial perspective of the natural and man-made wonders.”

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