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Rainbow livery Grand Canyon Tour helicopter

Recommend for groups of 4+. Fly over the rich Kaibab Forest before soaring off over the widest and deepest part of Grand Canyon; the Dragon Corridor in an aircraft with only you group onboard!

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Red Eurocopter EC130 B4 taking off with forest in background

Recommend for families of 4+. Enhance your Grand Canyon experience with all forward facing, stadium seating, views aboard our state-of-the-art EcoStar helicopter.

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Recommend for groups of 4+. Explore the North & East Rim - the deepest section of the canyon, boasting 1.7 million year old stone - all from the EcoStar, a helicopter offering 180-degree viewing and stadium-style seat design.

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Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters #1 Best Helicopter Tour

Tour with Confidence

As Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters welcomes visitors back into the national park we are working tirelessly to ensure that your Grand Canyon Tour remains both safe and amazing.  During the Phase 1 reopening social distancing remains an important aspect of aerial sightseeing.  In order to better protect your health we are seating family and friend groups in their own dedicated aircraft.

Family Tour FAQs

What is the price of a Grand Canyon Tour on a family flight?
  • The price per person of a family flight depends on the size of your family or group of friends.  Common group sizes range from two (2) to six (6) guests.

How long are your “Family Flight” Grand Canyon tours.
  • Our tours range in duration from 25-30 minutes to 45-60 minutes.

How often do air tours fly?
  • Our air tours operate throughout the day even after the National Park Service closes the park entrance to motor vehicles.

How do you protect my health on board your tours?
How many passengers are allowed in an aircraft?
  • Our helicopters can accommodate groups up to 6 passengers and our airplanes can seat up to 8.

Where is the Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters terminal located?