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Hong Kong to Macau Helicopter

The Hong Kong to Macau helicopter trip is the quickest way to get from one territory to another.

Each trip takes just about 16 minutes, plus you’ll also get some breathtaking views along the way.

Hong Kong to Macau Helicopter, Price, Travel Time, Distance

Travelling via helicopter is a great idea – whether you’re in a hurry, want to try a new adventure, or are looking for a unique way to impress your date. It might be the fastest mode of travel, though it’s also the most expensive, costing around HK $3,000 or more each way. It’s the transportation method for luxury travellers and executives, as it provides priceless views from above.

Quality, licensed operators are available for Hong Kong to Macau helicopter rides. Sky Shuttle Helicopters Limited is the most popular. Not only do they provide private helicopter charters, but they also offer airport transfers, sightseeing in Macau and Hong Kong, aerial filming, and they can also help you plan a special occasion onboard. Their fleet of medium-twin engine helicopters is considered among the best in the industry, so you can have peace of mind regarding safety.

The award-winning Sky Shuttle Departure Lounge in Hong Kong has been designed to cater to discerning luxury travellers, offering a relaxing environment where you can wait comfortably until boarding time. Helicopter passengers must have valid travel documents upon arrival at the check-in counter.

Be sure to get there at least 30 minutes before the departure time. Sky Shuttle Helicopters permits passengers to bring one hand-carried baggage with a maximum weight of 5kg, and a check-in baggage up to 7kg for free.

A Hong Kong to Macau helicopter ride should be experienced by everyone at least once if you have the opportunity!

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