Arrive At EDC Las Vegas In Style With Maverick Helicopters

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Will you skip the traffic and arrive in style to EDC Las Vegas 2017 with Maverick Helicopters?


Want to arrive at EDC Las Vegas like your favorite DJ or Pasquale Rotella himself? Maverick Helicopters has got you covered! The only company who is allowed to provide helicopter travel to and from the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, it is hard to beat the experience of hovering over one of the premier festivals on the planet. Offering VIP flight transfers on June 16th, 17th, and 18th, the quick 15-minute flight is nothing but awe-inspiring as you leave the bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip and head to those of the Electric Daisy Carnival.

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“Since partnering with EDC nearly seven years ago, helicopter demand to the festival has grown significantly,” said Bryan Kroten, vice president of marketing at Maverick Helicopters. “We have gone from using two aircraft the first year to a fleet of more than 22 helicopters each night.”

Maverick Helicopters’ 6,000-square-foot terminal will completely transform into a festival-like atmosphere for its guests to relax and mingle with others prior to departure. Once aboard Maverick Helicopters’ EC130/H130 ECO-star aircraft there are a variety of sights and sounds to complete your VIP trip. Guests can use headsets to chat with the pilots and listen to some beats while relaxing in comfortable leather seating for the duration of the trip. A stunning birds-eye-view of the festival grounds and strip will be on display through the large windows, adding a unique element for those looking for a fresh take on EDC Las Vegas this year. In past years, guests have been surprised by artists and celebrities in the past, with major names ranging from Calvin Harris and Kaskade to Martin Garrix and Zedd taking their flights to arrive at the speedway.

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Private charter prices start at $3,000 for up to seven people for a one-way flight or $5,000 for up to seven people for a roundtrip flight. Individual seat rates start at $550 per person for a one-way flight or $850 per person for a roundtrip flight. Prices are based off per day rates.

For more information on Maverick Helicopters or to book a reservation, please visit flymaverick.com or call 702.405.4300.


About Maverick Helicopters:

Maverick Helicopters, an award-winning division of Maverick Aviation Group, flies more than 200,000 guests annually out of four locations: Las Vegas, Grand Canyon South Rim, Grand Canyon West Rim and Maui, Hawaii. The company operates the largest and youngest fleet of Airbus EC130/H130 ECO-Star helicopters with nearly 50 aircraft and holds the top safety record of any tourism-based aviation company in the world. Maverick Helicopters employs the industry’s top pilots and has received numerous accolades including the Federal Aviation Administration’s Award of Excellence “Diamond Award” 2011-2015; Southern Nevada Hotel Concierge Association’s “Best Tour Company” 2010-2016; TripAdvisor’s “Certificate of Excellence” Hall of Fame 2011-2016; and more. In 2016, Maverick Helicopters celebrated 20 years of operation as one of the world’s leading tourism companies.


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