Air Taxi Services in Thessaloniki

Greece’s second largest city sits by the sea featuring landmarks that have endured as symbols of its 3,000-year-old history.  The White Tower is located near a picturesque waterfront promenade lined with relaxing cafes. The city has a scattering of lovely neighborhoods dotted with beautiful homes and Byzantine churches.  Thessaloniki is also known for its 5th-century Church of Agios Dimitrios, the Rotunda of Galerius and 3rd-century Roman palace ruins.  Greeks know it as a cultural capital where festivals, events attract a fun, vibrant crowd in love with the arts.

The region is also the perfect starting point to see the hidden beauty of northern Greece. Chalkidiki, Mount Athos and the beautiful islands of north Aegean Sea are just a ride away.

Helicopters Based in Thessaloniki

We offer quick, safe, reliable and cost effective air transfer services to and from Thessaloniki to other Greek destinations.   A twin engine helicopter Bell 429 (5 pax capacity – dual crew) is part of our diverse fleet.

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