At Wings Air Helicopters our passengers’ safety is of the utmost importance. All of our helicopter pilots go through a long and rigorous flight training process to meet FAA and company standards and have thousands of hours of flying experience. Thanks to a highly qualified in-house maintenance team our helicopters are maintained to the highest standards.
In order to ensure continued flying safety, all passengers must receive a safety briefing prior to takeoff. The safety briefing covers important emergency procedures and the proper use of life vests and seat belts. Loose items must be stowed in the hold or the under-the-seat compartments. The DOT and FAA have banned Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones from all aircraft.
All flights will be performed at the sole discretion of the Pilot in Command. Wings Air reserves the right to cancel the flight if any passenger(s) are visibly ill or intoxicated.
For open-door aerial photography flights: All cameras and smartphones must be secured with neck straps or wrist straps. The use of poles or selfie sticks that could protrude from the aircraft is prohibited. Legs and feet must be kept inside the aircraft at all times: anyone violating this important safety rule will be subject to immediate termination of their flight, with no refund, and a penalty of $250.
Door removal is at the sole discretion of the Pilot In Command. Doors will not be removed if it’s less than 30° F (-1° C) outside.
For your protection, helicopters are sanitized after each flight. If you show up for your flight, you are certifying that you are healthy and that to the best of your knowledge you have not been in contact with anyone that has the virus.