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Helicopter tours to Pripyat and Chernobyl for tourist groups

Flight to Chernobyl from the city of Slavutich - the satellite of the Chernobyl NPP

For tourist groups, advantageous helicopter flights to Pripyat and Chernobyl from the city of Slavutych.

Flight time:

up to 60 minutes

Departure point:

City Slavutych

You will see:

  • City Slavutych;
  • Abandoned villages;
  • Chernobyl-2;
  • Pripyat;
  • Chernobyl;
  • Chernobyl NPP;


*the price is for 1 passenger, valid if there are 3 passengers on board.

For tourist groups, we offer more profitable helicopter flights to Chernobyl and the exclusion zone. Flight to Chernobyl from the city of Slavutych - the ChNPP satellite.
Tourists in groups of 3 people take off from Slavutych for a helicopter excursion to Chernobyl, Pripyat and the exclusion zone. The rest of the tour participants will not be bored while they wait their turn. An experienced guide will acquaint the group with the unique architecture and life of the youngest city in Ukraine, built after the accident at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant for evacuated people, the liquidators of the consequences and the workers of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. There will also be an opportunity to visit the Slavutych Museum and the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.
The advantages of flying to Chernobyl through Slavutych are obvious, in addition to more favorable price offers, tourists will see with their own eyes how people who work at the Chernobyl NPP live today. The tour participants have a unique opportunity to talk with real disaster liquidators and ask their questions.

According to our customers, the helicopter excursion to Pripyat and Chernobyl is not inferior to pedestrian excursions to the exclusion zone, but on the contrary complements and multiplies the impressions. The views that open from a height of 200 - 300 meters leave indelible impressions. During the flight, you can see the city of Slavutich, abandoned villages, herds of wild animals in protected areas, antennas Chernobyl-2, the city of Pripyat, a cooling pond, the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, the city of Chernobyl.