Get a bird’s eye view of Lütschental, Wengen, Männlichen, and Kleine Scheidegg while flying to the summits of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. The only ones closer to the Eiger North Face are mountain climbers – an impressive sight from the helicopter. Pass the Top of Europe, Jungfraujoch with its majestic Sphinx and on the way back take in the gentle landscape with the deep blue lakes of Interlaken. Helicopter flying in the high mountains is safe and comfortable. It is one of the most fascinating and best ways to explore the Bernese Alps.
– Meeting point at the Swiss Helicopter base in Gsteigwiler at the agreed time
– After a short introduction, the flight will start
– Experience a unique and unforgettable helicopter flight in the Jungfrau region
– Reserve enough time for this experience, minimum 1.5 hours
– We wish you a good flight
Find all the information about the activity here
There are no weight limits on helicopter scenic flights.
Yes, we often fly with disabled people. In case you cannot sit by yourself, please inform the helicopter crew, and they will modify the cabin so that you can sit comfortably.
We do not charge you in case of weather issues.
One phone/camera and sunglasses.
Yes, you may use your smartphone on flight mode to take photographs.
Please consult your doctor.
Yes, all passengers receive a headset for clear communication between the passengers and the pilot.
If you would like to drive, there is free parking at the helicopter base.
From Interlaken a Taxi is about CHF 30 per way.
Public transport: Take the bus to Gsteigwiler and hike 15 minutes to the helicopter base.
Besides the pilot, there are 5 seats available
Yes, if there are seats available they can be filled with other passengers.
However, private flights are also possible with less than 5 passengers.
For prices please contact us
No, the sightseeing flight adapts to the weather conditions. However, if you book a private sightseeing flight then this may be possible, please ask in advance.
The afternoon has the best daylight for a flight in the Swiss Alps.
For the best visibility we recommend the winter season.