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Safety Commitment

❀ MAUNA LOA HELICOPTER TOURS ❀

Current COVID-19 Rules 

The safety of our customers and employees are our number one priority.

 

We abide by all Covid19 restrictions and requirements provided by each county. To prepare for your travels and tour; please review the designated county’s guidelines below:

KAUAI: Click Here
OAHU: Click Here
BIG ISLAND: Click Here

Note: Vaccinations cards, negative covid test results, proof of quarantine, and/or proof of Hawaii residence may be checked at the time of your tour.

Know Your Tour Aircraft

There are a number of helicopter tour companies in Hawaii  all using different aircraft with different configurations.  Its important you ask yourself or the company you are considering flying with  these questions before committing to your tour:

  1. Do I want to have a private tour or am I prepared to share my helicopter with other people?
  2. Do I want to fly doors on or doors off?
  3. Do I have a guaranteed window seat or will I be happy being allocated a middle seat?
  4. How clean is my aircraft , my headset and the surface areas I will be touching?
  5. What is the safety record of the company?
  6. Will my tour be cancelled if there isn’t sufficient passengers traveling ?
  7. Will my tour take off in adverse weather conditions ?
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Mauna Loa Helicopter Tours only offers private tours.  One pilot and upto 3 passengers – all from the same group or family.  Maximum weight per seat 275lbs. The maximum group total cannot exceed 700lbs. “

  • Doors on or Off
  • Guaranteed Window Seat
  • Strictly Private Tour

Other Hawaiian Tour Operators

The most common tour aircraft in Hawaii is the H-130 or EC130 made by Airbus.  This is a 7  (sometimes 8) seat helicopter with at least 6 passengers.  There are 3 middle seats on each aircraft  and no option for doors off.   Whilst it is possible to have a private tour it would require you to purchase all 6/7 seats.

 

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Our Salute to Medical Workers

If you are in the medical profession and have been on the front line for COVID-19 response , please identify yourself when you are making a booking . We have a special gift for you. We thank and salute you.

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