Helicopter flight to Chernobyl and Pripyat. A breathtaking helicopter tour. During the flight, you will return to the past, in that era, and you will be able to appreciate the scale of those events from above, flying over the Pripyat and Chernobyl. During the tour, you will see the classified Soviet radar station Chernobyl-2 facility known as Duga, a missile launch detection station. As close as you can see the cooling pond and the Chernobyl itself. This helicopter tour includes a sightseeing flight Kiev, a flight to Mezhyhirya and the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.
The flight to the Chernobyl zone is beautiful at any time of the year. We all love warmth, sun and green trees. Yes, we don’t argue that it’s good to fly in summer. But what about the fall? Autumn flight with its own twist. When the weather is warm, velvety, the golden foliage lends its charm and beauty. A winter flight is something special when there is a lot of snow, beautiful clouds and panoramic views. Outside the freezing temperature, and in the helicopter you feel comfortable and cozy. You will definitely love this contrast. Gray winter weather adds ambiance and creates a special atmosphere for flying into the area. In spring it is very pleasant to fly, it is already warm, but the trees have not yet blossomed. The foliage hides the details, and in spring it is a good time to view abandoned villages, the outlines of Pripyat houses, find interesting corners, and observe the wild inhabitants of the zone.
Chernobyl is the longest of our tours. We often tell our clients that time in a helicopter flies twice as fast as on the ground. A helicopter flight to Chernobyl will allow you to feel all the beauty and carefreeness of a helicopter flight.
Flying time: up to 100 minutes
Helicopter: Robinson 44, passengers – 3
Helicopter: Eurocopter 120, passengers – 4
Helicopter: Bell 407, passengers – 5/6
Flight over Kiev
Flying in Mezhyhirya
Radar station Chernobyl-2
Chernobyl cooling pond
Helicopter: Robinson r44, passengers – 3
Price: 33 000 uah, the number of passengers on board from 1 to 3.