Guests who may not feel well or have symptoms of Covid-19 to contact Maverick prior to your flight. All guests will be screened for a mandatory temperature check prior to entrance into the flight terminal. Guests with a temperature above 100.4 will have a secondary screening and may be refused service based on health factors. All guests are required to wear face protection. We ask all guests to limit personal belongings and bags coming into the terminal and on flights. Fly over several scenic sights on your way to the Grand Canyon, where you’ll land and have plenty of time to explore the canyon floor. On the way back, fly over the Strip. Experience an exhilarating and educational ECO-Star flight as you fly over Lake Mead, Hoover Dam, extinct volcano Fortification Hill and many other breathtaking views. ECO-Star helicopters feature a wraparound glass which provides outstanding visibility and front-facing, theater style seating. Listen as your experienced pilot shares history of the geographical areas below. Noise reduction headsets and voice activated microphones make it easy to communicate with pilot and other guests. While you’re enjoying your helicopter flight, keep an eye open for wildlife along the way. Descend and land farther and deeper into the Grand Canyon than any other tour company will take you. Spend extended landing time strolling along the canyon floor or just relaxing and experiencing this natural wonder of the world. The host will serve you beverages and hors d’oeuvres to help make this journey with your friends, family and guests more memorable. Be sure to bring your camera to capture all the beauty. Fly back through the Grand Canyon and exit the north part of the West Rim – giving you more flight time in the Grand Canyon. Exit the Grand Canyon and view the Bowl of Fire, an area of red rock formations, and conclude your adventure with an exciting flight over famous downtown, the Fremont Street Experience and past the megaresorts on the Las Vegas Strip. For each guest weighing more than 300 pounds, an adjacent empty seat is required to safely balance the aircraft.