Haast Coastal Flight
- Duration: 10 Minutes (approx.)
- Location: Haast, West Coast
- Product code: COAST
The Haast coastal flight is a great first-time flyer opportunity or just a great excuse to get airborne over Haast and its beautiful coastline.
See the ocean spray off the Tasman soar up into our native windswept rain forest with dolphins surfing the waves and seals basking on the rocks.This flight provides a great view of Open Bay Islands an area off the coastline that is full of history and wildlife.
A very popular flight the Haast coastal flight is a great first-time flyer opportunity or just a great excuse to get an airborne flight over Haast and its beautiful coastline.
About 6 minutes north of us we have a bit of coastline that we have had feedback like “This is better than the 12 Apostles”, “Wow this is like the whale watch flights in Kaikoura”.
See the ocean spray off the Tasman soar up into our native wind-swept rain forest with dolphins surfing the waves. Also on this flight a is great view of Open Bay Islands, an island off the coastline which is full of history and wildlife.
This flight departs daily from our Haast flight centre.
Allow 12 minutes.
- Covered shoes (sneakers or trainers are fine)
- Plenty of room on your memory card and/or phone for photos. Please note: Selfie sticks, especially extendable ones, are a safety hazard and are best left behind
- Please note that we do not allow passengers to use iPads to take photos during flights as they can impede the view of the pilot and other passengers. You're very welcome to bring along another means of taking your photos (phone, camera or GoPro are all great).
Check-in time is 30 minutes before your scheduled departure time. This allows time for payment processing and aircraft allocation.
Flight duration is only approximate:
Pricing is in New Zealand dollars and includes GST. Minimum numbers apply.
HAAST Office Hours:
Summer (November-March) 8.30AM to 7.00PM / Winter (April-October) 9.00AM to 5.00PM.
*Please note: snow and mountain landings are subject to weather conditions and are at the pilot’s discretion.