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This exciting aerial tour lifts off from Page Municipal Airport in a fixed-wing Vistaliner. This plane offers the largest, flat, untinted panoramic windows of any touring aircraft, perfect for sightseeing and photography.
Begin by flying over the Rainbow Bridge National Monument, one of the world's largest natural bridges at 290 feet high and 234 feet long. More than 85,000 people visit the bridge each year and the neighboring American Indian tribes consider it to be sacred.
Then enjoy the fantastic view over the bright blue waters of Lake Powell, a reservoir on the Colorado River that sits along the border between Utah and Arizona. It is the second largest man-made reservoir in the United States and a popular tourist destination. Also, see the Glen Canyon Dam, a concrete arch dam on the Colorado River. The dam was built to provide hydroelectricity and a regulated flow of water from the upper to lower Colorado River Basin.
This Lake Powell and Rainbow Bridge tour ends with a return trip to the Page airport.
Page Municipal Airport, 238 N 10th Ave, Page, AZ 86040, USA
Returns to original departure point
35-minute flight by fixed-wing airplane
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Infant children are considered a lap child if they are under the age of two and have proof of age, such as a passport or a copy of their birth certificate
All passengers 18 years of age and older must present government-issued photo ID
For comfort and weight/balance of the aircraft, passengers weighing 300 lbs or greater will be required to purchase an additional seat. This is payable directly to the tour operator on the day of the tour
Not wheelchair accessible
Infants must sit on laps
Most travelers can participate
This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
We booked an all day multipart tour thru the operator
Day started with hour+ long overflight of the canyon area,
which in itself would be wonderful.
Part 2 was visit to "Antelope Canyon" - less canyon and more other-worldly rock formation to walk thru -...More
Date of experience: May 2019
PapillonHelicopters, Manager at Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines, responded to this reviewResponded July 1, 2019
Sounds like you had a perfect day touring Antelope Canyon! We're thrilled to hear how much you enjoyed the tour. Thank you for touring with us!
A wonderful experience which is worth every penny, you get to see so much and really experience how vast the area is. The flight was smooth and was actually loner than what is advertised, the pilots were professional and informative. I would recommend this flight,...More
Date of experience: March 2019
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PapillonHelicopters, Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines at Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines, responded to this reviewResponded April 1, 2019
Thank you for flying with us, and for your support! We would love to fly with you again!
This flight (7:00 - 8:00 am) was actually the first of 3 separate activities packaged together by Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines (Papillion Air) into a fantastic 11 1/2 hour thrilling day adventure ($399 per person total, and worth it). Weather and crowds make all the...More
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Started early inn the morning at Grand Canyon Scenic airlines. There we got coffee and breakfast. Had a beautiful flight over the canyon and Lake Powel, just enjoying the view. We visited Antelope cave and got some great pictures thanks to our guide. Made a...More
Depending on who you fly with, usually single-engine, fixed-wing airplanes, Cessnas, Pipers, and the like. On occasion, the tour company might opt to run the flight in a twin turbo-prop airplane. It just depends on expected... More
Depending on who you fly with, usually single-engine, fixed-wing airplanes, Cessnas, Pipers, and the like. On occasion, the tour company might opt to run the flight in a twin turbo-prop airplane. It just depends on expected passenger count.