Helicopter Charter

Helicopter Charter Greece

Icarus Jet charter has curated a unique helicopter charter service in Athens, Greece. Established in 2011, Icarus Jet charters started the Greek island's helicopter transfers utilizing the safest fleets of twin-engine helicopters and the single-engine helicopters from Athens to Mykonos. Maximum flight time is 55 minutes.

Available Routes*
Athens To Mykonos
Athens To Santorini
Athens To Ios
Athens To Paxos
Athens To Naxos
*Routes are subject to evolve

Icarus Jet is proud to introduce helicopter rental, which includes a wide variety of helicopter tours. Now also available as a sightseeing tour out of Mykonos, Santorini, and Athens. With a presence throughout the Greek Isles and a 24/7 service, we have helipads at Mykonos airport (LGMK), Ornos beach, Kalo Livadi, and the famous Scorpios restaurant. With at least six curated helicopters, we can ensure incredible flexibility for point-to-point travel.

Paros $5,200
Patmos $5,300
Ios $5,600
Schinousa $5,400
Note: Departure from Mykonos Airport and Athens Airport cost an extra 700 USD

Helicopter transfers are the safest and easiest way of Island travel in Greece. Especially in the summertime when the tourists converge on these small islands which are just waking up from a sleep of their off-seasons. The Islands of Mykonos, Ios, Paros, Santorini Kos, Samos and Chania, all have either a domestic or an international airport which should make travel easier for the tourists. Still, despite the convenience of the many airports scattered around the Greek Islands, the summertime is a season of heavy airline traffic In Europe. What that does to the families and friends traveling to these smaller far-flung Islands are unimaginable horrors of lost bags and missed connection followed by expensive hotels and all these mishaps for a short vacation of a week that requires inter-island travel. Most missed flights are from Athens to Mykonos and Santorini because of the Inbound flights to Athens. Most of the time, the passengers are rushed through the customs and the Immigration, and they're able to board their connecting flights to the islands from Athens International airport. Still, their bags are left behind in Athens itself, and that causes a multitude of issues beginning with having no change of clothes to wear In one of the most fashionable Greek islands of Mykonos.


Athens To Mykonos Helicopter Charter

There are some limitations to the helicopter charters in Greece. All helicopter rentals are only allowed to operate from Sunrise to Sunset for safety reasons. There are further passenger and luggage weight limitations. A helicopter's performance is severely limited by the number of bags (we will always ask you for the dimensions and the weight of the luggage and the number of passengers and their weights). It is prudent to stick with your take-off and arrival times as the Greece helicopters (especially Athens helicopter charter and Santorini helicopter charters) get extremely busy. The cancelation charges are 100% of the charter rates if canceled 72 hours before the departure.

Icarus Jet charter can arrange a pick up for you right at the Athens International Airport terminal after you clear the customs and Immigration and take you to the helipad with your luggage. The convenience of using Athens to Mykonos helicopter transfer is 1- Safest mode of travel, 2- Fastest ride from point to point, 3- Privacy, and 4-Cost-effective.

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