Cape Cod – or simply “the Cape” to locals – is a top yet unassuming summer retreat for New Englanders. The hook shaped peninsula located in the state of Massachusetts is rich in history dating back to Colonial times. The best thing about Cape Cod is that it has something to offer to every type of traveler.
Pristine beaches and excellent whale watching opportunities await those looking to stay close to the ocean. Quaint bed and breakfasts and picturesque seaside cottages welcome visitors escaping bustling cities, looking to recharge away from it all. A paradise for seafood lovers, the Cape serves everything from oysters to clam chowder and lobster rolls.
Most travelers visit Cape Cod from June through September—but traveling here in the summer means you’ll be battling intense road traffic. Helicopter charters to Cape Cod from New York City or Boston save visitors time and energy to enjoy their getaway. There are several airports and heliports on Cape Cod including:
Fly in your private helicopter from Manhattan to Cape Cod and back in the same day.
Private charters in R44 helicopter
Most economical option for 2-3 passengers and minimal luggage – Weight and height restrictions apply
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