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Glenville Oktoberfest 2018

Glenville Oktoberfest is a family friendly annual event that is coming your way at the end of the month! September 29th will be a day filled with crafts, food, and more at Maalwyck Park in Glenville from 12-8! We’ll be offering Helicopter rides for $60 per person! We are looking forward to seeing you there! […]

Valentine's Day Inspiration

One of our lesser-known services is very close to our hearts, and that is helicopter engagements. What better way to create a memory that will last a lifetime? This unique proposal will be cherished for years to come and admired by friends and family members. One of our favorite things about flying with couples is […]

PEAK Fest 2015!!

JOIN US! DATE: Sunday, October 18, 2015 TIME: Noon to 4pm WHERE: Altamont Vineyard & Winery 3001 Furbeck Rd. Altamont, NY 12009 Established with the simple vision of giving back to the community that has given so much to us, the PEAK Giving Tree  foundation was developed as a separate, nonprofit entity backed by the PEAK […]

Glenville Oktoberfest is coming!!

photo credit: Stefen Turner Photography Join us for the annual Glenville Oktoberfest at Maalwyk Park in Glenville, NY! What a perfect time of year for a Fall Foliage Helicopter Ride!! Celebrate Fall and Oktoberfest at the beautiful riverside Maalwyck park!! – Live Bands – German Food – Biergarten – Car Show – Giveaway’s and more!! […]

Kevin And Shanna Come For Their Helicopter Ride from Prime!

We last saw Kevin and Shanna when they interviewed Heather in the 99.5 The River studio. Since then, they have come to Prime with the winning listeners for their tour of Saratoga Springs from the air! The day after their ride, Kevin and Shanna posted pictures on their blog, and did a recap on the […]

Chief Pilot & CEO Heather Howley featured in Women At Work Magazine

Recently the Times Union stopped by our saratoga office to get the story about Independent Helicopters and our chief; Heather Howley. Cari Scribner wrote a nice article for Women at Work magazine. If you haven’t had a chance to read it yet, the full article can be found here.