Whether your primary purpose in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex is business or pleasure, there are times when getting from one place to the next as quickly as possible is a priceless asset.
Fortunately, there are an impressive 59 helipads in the greater DFW area that are open for non-emergency public and private use. In fact, there is such extensive helipad coverage in this area that Uber has pegged Dallas as their potential test market for future flight share services.
From making your international flight boarding time, getting to that business meeting or upping your tourism game, here are a few of the places that we can fly you to in DFW!
1. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Last year alone they served 67,092,224 passengers. With a massive range of international flights making this airport the gateway to the rest of the world, it’s no surprise that so many passengers end up passing through DFW’s corridors and state-of-the-art SkyLink tram.
Whether the flight you have to catch is international or domestic, Longhorn can land you on their grounds in time to take off again.
2. AT&T Stadium
We’ve talked a little bit about what it’s like to fly over the AT&T Dallas Cowboys Stadium. But if you want to actually visit the stadium and enjoy firsthand the endless entertainment opportunities they offer, you’ll want to actually stop and take a day. The good news is, their helipad allows you to do exactly that.
A stop at the stadium could include an art walk, VIP behind-the-scenes tour or just your own personal experience walking on the turf where the Cowboys play.
3. The Ballpark in Arlington
If football isn’t your ballgame of choice, you might be more interested in the Globe Life Park in Arlington where the Rangers play. There are many tours available for the 270 acre facility. If you want to get to a specific tour or else enter in style for a game, there’s good news: the park has is own helicopter landing pad!
4. Dallas City Hall
There are a lot of practical reasons you might need to get to the Dallas City Hall: meetings, building permitting, traffic tickets and job interviews. But they also are full of resources for how to better experience Dallas, whether you’re a resident for life or just for the weekend. The City of Dallas has a helipad available to get you there!
5. Mallick Tower (Downtown Fort Worth)
From the Water Gardens to the Amon Carter Museum of American Art to endless dining and shopping options, there’s a lot to do in downtown Fort Worth — you just have to get there first. One option that will drop you straight into the heart of all the action is the helipad on the Mallick Tower. Once you’ve landed, you’re strategically positioned to enjoy all the best downtown has to offer.
6. Arlington Marriott Hotel
The Arlington area between Dallas and Fort Worth is equally full of options for things to do, but not always the easiest to park in. So why not skip the parking problem and helicopter in?
Whichever one of these locations you need to get to, we can get you there — and so many other places as well! Charter one of our DFW helicopter flights.