Helicopter cruising to and from Yasuzumi Shrine
Helicopter tour of Utsunomiya and Kinugawa

Flight Time

3 min〜


3,900 JPY (tax included)/people〜

Price per person.
Up to 3 passengers!


Why Should I Take a Helicopter?

AIROS Skyview is the place to go sightseeing in the Utsunomiya area by helicopter from the sky. You can visit Yasuzumi Shrine, Takanezawa Town, Kinugawa River, Honda Motor Co., Ltd., Haga Town, Information Forest Tochigi, etc. Recommended for sightseeing in Tochigi prefecture.

Option Info

Further Details

Flight Price(tax included)

Flight Course flight time price / 1 person
Trial Course 3minutes ¥3,900/people
Experience Course 6minutes ¥7,500/people
Satisfaction Course 15minutes ¥19,800/people
Yasuzumi Flight Courses
  • Meeting Point

    Yasuzumi Shrine Parking Lot 2

  • Address

    2313, Kamitakanezawa, Takanezawa-cho, Shioya-gun, Tochigi

    Refer Google Map
  • Access Information

    {:first=>"Drive to Yasuzumi Shrine (please park your car in the parking lot)"}

Tsukuba Airline

AirX's Commitment to Safe Operations

Third Party-/Passenger Legal Liability InsuranceDetail

If the operating airline decides to cancel the flight due to bad weather or other factors, the flight shall be canceled and we will refund your entire fare (excluding bank transfer fees).
Flights will depart as long as the pilot approves and the weather conditions meet the specified standards.
You can change your itinerary before the application of the cancellation policy.

Flight Cancellation Due to Poor Weather, etc. Full refund
Notification 14 to 8 days before scheduled flight date 10% of total fare
Notification 7 to 5 days before scheduled flight date 30% of total fare
Notification 4 to 3 days before scheduled flight date 50% of total fare
2 days before, on flight date, or no notification 100% of total fare

*Cancellation policy was revised on March 18, 2024

Total Weight Limit

: 220kg (including baggage)

Maximum per Person

: 110kg

Due to the lack of cargo space, baggage must be carried on the lap.

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