Mario Lang & Team
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Look forward to Düsseldorf, the second largest city in North Rhine-Westphalia and a figurehead for media, fashion and art. Start just 25 kilometers away with a taste. The view of Mönchengladbach offers culture, nature and lots of desire for more sights from the region Niederrhein. Enjoy the impressive river course of the Rhine and the settlements. Take a bird's-eye view of lively promenades and festival lights. Immerse yourself in the fifth season and experience the carnival - a time that makes you swing and set off in a good mood.
Düsseldorf or Cologne or maybe Mönchengladbach? No matter which city you visit in this region, you will meet the typical Rhineland cheerful nature. This charm is best seen in the carnival time. Then confetti and camels fly through the air and the atmosphere just crackles with joy and cheerfulness. Although the locals certainly deny it, the lifestyle of this area knows no city limits. Thus, the Rhenish mix of Mönchengladbach on Dusseldorf and Cologne, and if people push a "Bützje" on the cheek, then everyone knows what is meant.
So it pays off, at least for a moment, to get out of the helicopter and feel the ground under your feet. Then it's time to go back to heaven, because from there you have the best view. Start in Mönchengladbach and watch the "foal" in Borussia-Park in the football derby against Cologne. Glide over castles and parks, admire the water tower and other numerous historic buildings.
Only a few kilometers from Mönchengladbach, the second largest city in North Rhine-Westphalia awaits you. With more than 600,000 inhabitants, you will be captivated by Düsseldorf and invited to overflight. Enjoy the unusual perspective that you experience in the helicopter. As a guide, focus on the Rheinturm, which is over 240 meters high, the tallest structure in Dusseldorf and is one of the top 10 of the highest television towers in Germany. Waving from the flying helicopter to the people on the observation deck and continue flying over the Rhine and its busy promenades. There Dusseldorf and visitors meet to celebrate and shop. If you travel in the time of the Düsseldorf fair, then you marvel at the colorfully lit rides and the people queuing on the streets and alleys. Luxurious it goes on the Königsallee also just called "Kö". Here, jewelers line up at fashion stores and cafes. Those who are fascinated by modern architecture will have their eyes wide open at the Dusseldorf harbor. There is also the MedienHafen with broadcasting, TV and agencies resident. Furthermore, you are welcome in Dusseldorf and the surrounding area: parks and lakes, castles and old town life.
Your helicopter flight starts at the airfield Mönchengladbach. The airport has been operated by the airport company Mönchengladbach GmbH since 1956. In 2015, more than 42,000 aircraft movements were registered there, which corresponds to about 115 take-offs and landings per day. In addition to helicopters, private planes, charter planes and historical experience flights with a Ju 52 will be launched from there. An appropriate hangar has been specially built for this purpose, which also invites to guided tours of the airport.
Book your adventure flight by helicopter via Düsseldorf and Mönchengladbach. Experience the Lower Rhine region and look forward to an unforgettable experience.