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Helicopter alpine flight to the Jungfraujoch

The exclusive Alpine sightseeing flight to the Jungfraujoch reveals a high Alpine wonderland of rock, snow and ice with a fantastic view of the Aletsch Glacier. In the opposite direction, on fine days the view extends as far as the Vosges mountains and the Black Forest. The helicopter flies past the Niederhorn and Mittellegigrat in the direction of Thun, along the north face of the Eiger and past the Mönch up to the Jungfraujoch. Land "on top of Europe" and enjoy a break in the eternal ice. A short visit to the Ice Palace is just as worthwhile as a ride on the ultra-fast lift up to the Sphinx viewing platform.

The Jungfraujoch offers many attractions: The Ice Palace, Jungfrau Panorama and various restaurants invite you to explore.

The price does not include food and drink.

Flight time45 minutes
Event time180 minutes
Departure pointBerne-Belp


Belp - Thun - Niederhorn - Interlaken - Mittellegigrat - Eiger, Mönch, Jungfrau - Schilthorn - Niesen - Belp


The helicopter model is defined based on the number of people.

Airbus H125

The "A-Star" family was developed in the 1970s by the French manufacturer Aerospatiale (later Eurocopter, now Airbus Helicopters) and is still very popular today.

The six- to seven-seats helicopter with a Turbomeca turbine engine is the most widely used aircraft in the Swiss helicopter industry. Its range of applications covers almost all areas of helicopter flying. We use the H125  for passenger transportation as well as for sling load operations. If the intention is to be employed by a helicopter company, a rating on the Airbus H125 is essential.

Typical area of use

  • Ideally suited for all types of sightseeing flights
  • Aerial work, such as sling load operations and flights at high altitudes
  • Heliskiing and taxi flights
  • Pilot training

Technical data

Power (max take-off) 972 HP
Power (Max continuous) 856 HP
Empty weight 1'290 kg
Payload 960 kg
Lifting capacity at sea level (external load) 1'200 kg

Arriel 2D

Max. Maximum speed 287 km/h
Range 600 km
Manufacturer Airbus
1x in Bern-Belp
1 pilot | 5 passengers

Bell 407 GXi

The helicopter is particularly impressive due to its fast flight speed while remaining true to its smooth and stable flight characteristics.

The Bell 407 GXi has a total of 6 passenger seats and offers excellent all-round visibility. At Mountainflyers, the helicopter is used for sightseeing, taxi and sling load operation flights as well as for pilot training. The Bell 407 GXi has a fully autonomous digital turbine control system (FADEC), which reduces the pilot's workload and minimizes the risk of turbine damage.
Like its little sister, the Bell 505, the Bell 407 GXi is equipped with the latest Garmin 1000 avionics.

The Garmin 1000 combines navigation, engine parameters and radio communication on two large displays. This makes for a tidy cockpit and facilitates pilot's work load.


Typical area of use

  • Ideally suited for all types of sightseeing flights
  • taxi flights
  • Aerial work, such as sling load operations and flights at high altitudes
  • Heliskiing
  • Pilot training

Technical data

Power output 920 HP
Empty weight 1'224 kg
Payload 1'000 kg
Turbine Rolls-Royce 250-C47B
Max. Maximum speed 280 km/h
Maximum range 642 km
Manufacturer Bell
2x in Grenchen
1 pilot | 6 passengers

Bell 505 Jet-Ranger X

With its flat floor and increased cabin volume, the Bell 505 is ideal for sightseeing flights, training and aerial work flights.

The latest helicopter from Bell is equipped with a "Turbomeca Arrius 2R" engine including a fully autonomous and fully automatic turbine control system (Full Authority Digital Engine Control, FADEC). In addition, the Garmin 1000 is a fully integrated glass cockpit of the latest generation. The spacious cabin and large windows guarantee excellent all-round visibility. The five seats of equal value also contribute significantly to maximum comfort.

Typical area of use

  • Ideally suited for all types of sightseeing flights
  • Birthday and wedding flights
  • Taxi flights
  • Pilot training

Technical data

Power (Max take-off) 505 HP
Power (Max Continuous) 467 HP
Empty weight 1'000 kg
Payload 680 kg
Turbine Arrius 2R
Max. maximum speed 250 km/h
Maximum range 600 km
Manufacturer Bell
2x in Bern-Belp
1 pilot | 4 passengers
State-of-the-art equipment


The AW109SP GrandNew is a helicopter from the Italian manufacturer Leonardo (formerly Agusta Westland). The AW109 offers comfortable seating for four to six passengers and is equipped with two Pratt & Whitney engines. The company's twin-engine "flagship" is primarily used for taxi flights in the VIP sector.

The glass cockpit offers pilots an excellent view in combination with an ergonomic workplace. Digitalized avionics for one/two-pilot instrument flight operation and a 4-axis dual duplex digital autopilot, which is coupled with a flight director, guarantee maximum safety and a low workload for the pilot(s). Thanks to the state-of-the-art avionics on the one hand and the two turbines on the other, multi-engine training (ME) and training in instrument flight (IR) can be completed on the AW109.

Typical area of operation

  • VIP taxi flights
  • Pilot training

Technical data

Power (max take-off) 2 x 579 HP
Power (Max continuous) 2 x 579 hp
Empty weight 2'200 kg
Payload 975 kg
Engine 2x Pratt & Whitney 207C
Max. maximum speed 311 km/h
Maximum range 859 km
Manufacturer Leonardo (formerly Agusta Westland)


1x in Bern-Belp
VIP equipment


The Robinson R22 is the most widely used training helicopter in the world and is the entry point to a career as a pilot for countless student pilots worldwide.

Equipped with a low-mass rotor system and extremely direct controls without hydraulics, it requires a steady hand and is therefore an ideal trainer. Pilots with experience in this type usually find it easy to switch to larger helicopters. At Mountainflyers, the R22 is used for trial flights ("fly yourself") and for pilot training .

Typical area of use

  • Pilot training
  • Trial flights
  • Private flights

Technical data

Power (Max take-off) 131 HP
Power (Max continuous) 124 HP
Empty weight 400 kg
Payload 220 kg
Engine O-360
Max. max. speed 190 km/h
Range 400 km
Manufacturer Robinson
2x in Bern-Belp | 1x in Grenchen
Training helicopter


Like the smaller R22, it is powered by a Lycoming piston engine and offers comfortable seating for four people, with each of the three passengers having a window seat. For flights with just a few passengers, such as wedding flights, it is the ideal solution at an unrivaled price. At Mountainflyers, the helicopter is mainly used for sightseeing flights of all kinds and for pilot training. For many new private pilots, it is the first "big" helicopter and allows them to carry passengers on charter flights and share the fascination of flying with friends and family.

Typical area of use

  • Ideally suited for all kinds of sightseeing flights
  • Birthday and wedding flights
  • Pilot training
  • HESLO training

Technical data

Power (Max take-off) 225 HP
Power (Max continuous) 205 HP
Empty weight 663 kg
Payload 423 kg
Engine IO-540
Max. maximum speed 240 km/h
Range 550 km
Manufacturer Robinson
2x in Bern-Belp | 1x in Grenchen
1 pilot | 3 passengers
Very good all-around view


Frequently asked questions

What must be observed after landing?

After landing, the pilot stops the helicopter's engine and lets the rotor spin out. Please wait strapped into the helicopter until the pilot gets out and opens the doors for you or instructs you to open the doors yourself. Your pilot will then accompany you back to our office.

How long is the delivery time for vouchers?

You can print our vouchers immediately after ordering (payment by invoice or online by card). There is therefore no delivery time. You don't want to or can't print the voucher? Contact us - we will send you the voucher by A Mail so that it arrives the following day.

How does a helicopter actually work?

The helicopter is a complex aircraft. The lift force that allows the helicopter to rise into the air is generated by the horizontally rotating rotor blades, which are moved by an engine. The helicopter uses the rotor to generate lift that makes it fly upwards.

What is important during the flight?

During the sightseeing flight, you can talk to the pilot via your headset. Make sure that your microphone is positioned close to your mouth. On exclusive sightseeing flights, the route can be adapted according to your wishes, provided this is within the time frame. Photos may of course be taken during the flight.

Unlike an airplane, a helicopter can land almost anywhere. Many sightseeing flights include a stopover in the mountains or at a restaurant. A stopover is always possible on exclusive sightseeing flights lasting 45 minutes or more.

Further information can be found in our passenger briefing.

Is there a weight limit for helicopter flights?

Yes, there is a maximum take-off weight for each helicopter type, which must not be exceeded. Factors such as the number of passengers, fuel quantity, air temperature, performance and flight time etc. must be taken into account. The pilot is legally obliged to draw up a so-called "load manifest" before the flight. This includes the individual weights of all passengers. When making a reservation for a helicopter flight, we therefore ask for the weights of the passengers and reserve the right to refer to a correspondingly larger and more powerful helicopter if the maximum take-off weight is exceeded. For calculations of specific constellations, please contact us directly.

For the Robinson R22 (only used for trial flights and training) a limit of 95 kg per person applies.

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CHF  1'850.00
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