Ditch the office for snow-capped peaks with a Vermont helicopter charter. Get a group of friends together and head out of town after work – from New York City to Vermont in only 90 minutes! We have easy access to all Vermont airports and your favorite ski resort might have its own helipad. Private helicopter charters provide a safe, uncrowded and comfortably-climate controlled travel experience in all seasons.
We provide helicopter charter services year-round so you can visit Vermont, truly a four-seasons state for tourism, any time. In addition to winter sports, the great outdoors await with bodies of water and recreation trails all around the state. If you prefer arts, culture or historical sites, Vermont’s museums, galleries, artisan shops and factories are always opening their doors to curious visitors.
At Vermont’s Stratton Mountain, you’ll find that everything you love about winter is right outside your door. Renowned for snow, grooming, service, lodging, dining, activities and adventure, Stratton is New England’s premier mountain resort. Helicopter charters to Stratton offer the convenience of landing right on the mountain. For snow gear requiring added storage space we have an exterior cargo basket available upon request.
With 155 trails over six mountain peaks, Killington is the largest ski area in the Northeast. In addition to a jam-packed schedule of bands, festivals, and competitions, the mountain offers tubing, snowmobile tours, sleigh rides, snowshoeing, spa treatments, shopping and more than 100 restaurants and bars in the region. Helicopter charters to Killington arrive or depart from the nearest airport. Ground transportation can be arranged upon request.
Fly in your private helicopter from Manhattan to Vermont and back for an exciting same day ski trip.
Private charters in AStar or Twin Star helicopter
Best option for 4-5 passengers – More space
Select Twin Star helicopter if you require twin engine aircraft
Our AStar and Twin Star helicopters can be equipped with an exterior cargo basket upon request, to carry skis and snowboards.