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Los Angeles Celebrity Homes

SKU: LOS03

$209.00 / Person

Duration: 35 Minutes

Timing: There are daily flights every hour from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm

The heliport:  Compton Woodley Airport

 

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Tour Description

This tour is like a celebrity showing off where his celebrity friends live. By the end of the trip you’ll be so jealous (and probably jaded) after seeing the homes of LA’s Filthy Rich & Famous. Also we’ll have to convince you those homes are not hotels. You’ll see the estates, the ranches, the castles, and most popular….the Playboy Mansion! Oh la la! Viewer discretion is advised.

After seeing the beauty of Beverly Hills, the openness of Beverly Glen, Brentwood (the former OJ Simpson neighbourhood), Bel-Air (where all the Celeb’s reside), Pacific Palisades and Santa Monica Hills we will whirl you towards downtown where you’ll hover over Universal Studios and the Hollywood Hills. You may even get the best seat in the house at The Hollywood Bowl and Dodger Stadium.

The helicopters: 
Bell 47, 212, Jet Rangers, Long Rangers, Eurocopter Astars & Twin Stars, Hughes 300, McDonnell Douglas and the Robinson R22 and the R44
*Each helicopter can accommodate a maximum of 6 passengers

The heliport:
Compton Woodley Airport

Transfer to the heliport:
Not included. Optional transfers rates: $ 65 per person in mini limousine

Remarks:
– All flights will depart with a minimum of 2 passengers .For single bookings are taken on standby basis and will be confirmed 24 H prior to departure at the latest time

Duration:
35 Minutes

Timing: 
There are daily flights every hour from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm

Rate: $209.00

 

Security Requirements

  1. Must have a valid photo ID (i.e. - Passport or Drivers License)
  2. Must check in all bags with security
  3. No handbags or carry-on will be allowed on the flight
  4. Must walk through a metal detector
  5. Personal cameras and video cameras are allowed onboard once they clear through security
*Disposable cameras available for purchase at heliport and will be allowed onboard the aircraft as well

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