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Tour Inclusions
  • Free parking available
  • Enjoy unobstructed 360° degree views in a High Wing Aircraft
  • Capture photos before and during the flight
  • Indulge in Champagne and Chocolates while soaring over Niagara Falls

Exciting 30 Minute Niagara Falls Airplane Tour

Join us for an exhilarating experience on our Exciting 30 Minute Niagara Falls Airplane Tour. Brace yourself for an adventure that will leave you awe-inspired as you witness the magnificent beauty of Niagara Falls from high above.

Step aboard our aircraft and prepare for an adrenaline-pumping journey like no other. With unobstructed 360° degree views, our high-wing airplane ensures that you won't miss a single breathtaking moment of this incredible natural wonder. As you glide through the sky, be sure to have your camera ready to capture remarkable photos of the majestic falls during the flight.

To elevate your experience, we offer an added touch of luxury. Savor the moment as you sip on champagne and indulge in delicious chocolates, creating unforgettable memories while soaring over the captivating Niagara Falls.

Please note that this thrilling tour is weather-dependent. Rest assured, if the weather doesn't cooperate, we have your best interests in mind. You will have the option to reschedule for another date or receive a full refund, ensuring your satisfaction and enjoyment.

Don't miss out on this unforgettable adventure. Book your seat now for the Exciting 30-Minute Niagara Falls Airplane Tour and prepare to be mesmerized by the sheer grandeur of one of nature's most extraordinary creations.

Tour Itinerary

  • 1.

    Niagara Falls Air Tours Inc.

    Discover the hidden gem of the Gateway to Niagara, an airport that attracts numerous celebrities en route to their performances at the Niagara Casino or to simply bask in the beauty of the Falls. From Enrique Iglesias to Ringo Starr and Kate Moss, this airport has hosted a star-studded lineup. With your admission ticket, you can witness the excitement firsthand as these iconic figures grace our airport. Prepare for an unforgettable experience where entertainment meets natural wonder.

    Niagara Falls ON, Canada 5 minutes
  • 2.

    Niagara Falls Canada

    Experience the captivating beauty of Niagara with our 30-Minute Regional Air Tour. Soar at an altitude of 1,900 feet above Niagara Falls and be mesmerized by the breathtaking scenery that unfolds before your eyes. With all seats on the plane providing unobstructed window views and facing forward, you won't miss a single moment of this awe-inspiring journey. Your admission ticket is included, ensuring a seamless and unforgettable experience. Prepare to be amazed as you witness some of the most striking scenery that Niagara has to offer from the comfort of our aircraft.

    Niagara Falls ON, Canada 30 Minutes
  • 3.

    The Welland Canal

    The Welland Canal, located in Ontario, Canada, serves as a vital ship canal connecting Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. As a crucial segment of the St. Lawrence Seaway and Great Lakes Waterway, it plays a pivotal role in maritime transportation. Stretching across the Niagara Peninsula from Port Weller to Port Colborne, the canal enables ships to navigate the Niagara Escarpment and bypass the majestic Niagara Falls. Serving approximately 3,000 ships annually, it facilitates the transportation of a staggering 40,000,000 tons of cargo. The Welland Canal's significance extends beyond its role in shipping. It has played a major part in the growth and development of Toronto, Ontario, acting as a gateway for goods from bustling Great Lakes ports like Cleveland, Detroit, and Chicago, as well as industrial hubs in the United States and Ontario. These goods were often transferred to ocean-going vessels in the port of Montreal or Quebec City for international shipping. The Welland Canal's superiority became evident as it outshone narrower canals in the region, including the Trent-Severn Waterway and, notably, the Erie Canal. By providing a shorter and more direct connection to Lake Erie, it surpassed the Erie Canal's route, which linked the Atlantic and Lake Erie through New York City and Buffalo, New York. Explore the remarkable Welland Canal, witness its impressive operations, and delve into its rich history. Admission tickets are free, allowing you to embark on a fascinating journey through this engineering marvel.

    Niagara Falls ON, Canada 2 Minutes
  • 4.

    Niagara Falls

    Experience the awe-inspiring beauty of the Niagara River's western shore, where you'll find the magnificent Horseshoe Falls, the grandest and most expansive section of the cascades. Prepare to be captivated by the breathtaking views from a remarkable height of 1,900 feet / 575 meters above the ground, creating a truly unforgettable and 'once in a lifetime' experience. Admission tickets are free, granting you access to witness this natural wonder in all its glory. Don't miss the opportunity to immerse yourself in the spectacular vistas that await you.

    Niagara Falls ON, Canada 10 Minutes
  • 5.

    Niagara River Recreation Trail

    The Niagara River is a majestic waterway that flows north from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario, serving as a natural boundary between the province of Ontario in Canada (to the west) and the state of New York in the United States (to the east). The origin of the river's name has been a subject of debate, with various theories proposed. One theory suggests that it derives from the name of the Niagagarega people, a branch of the Native Neutral Confederacy who inhabited the region according to French maps from the late 17th century. Another theory suggests that it stems from the Iroquois town of Ongniaahra, meaning point of land cut in two, as described by George R. Stewart. Stretching approximately 58 kilometers (36 miles), the Niagara River encompasses the renowned Niagara Falls within its course. Over the past 12,000 years, the falls have gradually shifted upstream from the Niagara Escarpment, resulting in the creation of a remarkable gorge below the cascades. Today, the river's flow has been redirected for hydroelectric power generation, leading to a significant reduction in the erosion rate. Immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring beauty and rich history of the Niagara River as it winds its way through captivating landscapes and showcases the breathtaking Niagara Falls. Experience the natural wonders and profound geological changes that have shaped this iconic waterway.

    Niagara Falls ON, Canada Pass By
  • 6.

    Whirlpool Aero Car

    The renowned Whirlpool Aero Car, a marvel of engineering, was designed by the acclaimed Spanish engineer Leonardo Torres-Quevdo. Inspired by a similar installation at Mount Ulia San Sebastian in Spain, this attraction offers an extraordinary experience. The car, capable of accommodating 40 passengers, gracefully hangs 76 meters above the water, suspended by a network of sturdy steel cables. To maintain the tension of these cables, a remarkable 10-ton counterweight resides at its Thompson Point terminus. On August 8, 1916, the Whirlpool Aero Car embarked on its maiden voyage, commencing its operations just after 3pm. A gathering of hundreds of spectators eagerly witnessed this incredible engineering marvel in action for the very first time. Today, more than a century later, the Whirlpool Aero Car continues to amaze visitors, providing them with unparalleled panoramic views of the majestic Niagara Gorge and the swirling rapids of the whirlpool below. Remarkably, during each trip, the Aero Car crosses the border between Canada and the United States a total of four times, offering a unique international experience. Believed to be the only remaining aerial tram of its kind still in operation, the Whirlpool Aero Car stands as a testament to human ingenuity and innovation. Experience the wonder of this historic attraction, where admission tickets are available free of charge. Embark on a journey that combines breathtaking views with a rich sense of history, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

    Niagara Falls ON, Canada 2 Minutes
  • 7.

    Niagara Whirlpool

    Situated along the Canada-U.S. border between New York and Ontario, the Niagara Whirlpool is a mesmerizing natural whirlpool nestled within the Niagara River. Found downstream from the world-famous Niagara Falls, this awe-inspiring whirlpool captivates visitors with its remarkable depth of 125 feet (38 meters). Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Niagara Gorge as you witness the powerful swirling currents that create this natural wonder. Admission tickets to this captivating sight are available free of charge, allowing you to explore and marvel at the forces of nature that have shaped this extraordinary phenomenon. Prepare to be enchanted by the sheer magnitude and grandeur of the Niagara Whirlpool, an experience that will leave you in awe of the natural wonders that exist in our world.

    Niagara Falls ON, Canada 2 Minutes
  • 8.

    Brock's Monument National Historic Site

    Perched atop Queenston Heights in Queenston, Ontario, Canada, Brock's Monument stands tall as a 56-meter (185-ft) column, honoring the memory of Major General Sir Isaac Brock, a revered figure in Canada's history and a hero of the War of 1812. As a British Army officer entrusted with the defense of Upper Canada against a United States invasion, Brock played a pivotal role in shaping the nation's destiny. Adjacent to the monument's base, lie the resting places of Brock and his aide-de-camp, Lieutenant-Colonel John Macdonell, who fell during the historic Battle of Queenston Heights on the very grounds where the monument now stands. Constructed between 1853 and 1856, this impressive monument replaced an earlier structure that had stood on the battlefield from 1824 to 1840. Maintained by Parks Canada, Brock's Monument serves as the crowning jewel of the Queenston Heights National Historic Site, captivating visitors with its striking presence and historical significance. As the fourth oldest war memorial in Canada, it stands as a testament to the bravery and sacrifice of those who fought to shape the nation's future. Explore the rich history and pay tribute to Major General Sir Isaac Brock at Brock's Monument. Admission to this remarkable site is free, allowing you to immerse yourself in the legacy of a true Canadian hero and admire the panoramic views from this iconic landmark.

    Niagara Falls ON, Canada 2 Minutes
  • 9.

    Sir Ada Beck II Generating Station

    The Sir Adam Beck Hydroelectric Generating Stations, located in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, consist of two stations: Sir Adam Beck Generating Station I, Sir Adam Beck Generating Station II, and the Sir Adam Beck Pump Generating Station. These stations are all owned by Ontario Power Generation. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, several smaller generating stations were developed around Niagara Falls. In response, the Province of Ontario authorized the construction of the first major publicly owned generating station in the region. This station, when constructed, held the title of the world's largest hydroelectric generating station. The stations divert water from the Niagara and Welland rivers above Niagara Falls, releasing it into the lower portion of the Niagara River. Together, they have a total production capacity of up to 1,997 MW (2,678,000 hp). Admission to the stations is free.

    Niagara Falls ON, Canada 3 Minutes
  • 10.

    Old Fort Niagara

    In 1679, the French established the initial outpost, and later in 1726, they constructed the remarkable French Castle, which remains standing to this day. However, in 1759, during the French and Indian War, control of the fort shifted to Britain, and they continued to maintain authority even during the American Revolution. Eventually, in 1796, the fort was handed over to the United States. Admission to the fort is free.

    Niagara Falls ON, Canada 2 Minutes
  • 11.


    Niagara-on-the-Lake, situated in Ontario, Canada, is a town located at the convergence of the Niagara River and Lake Ontario on the Niagara Peninsula. It lies across the river from New York, United States. As part of the Niagara Region in Ontario, Niagara-on-the-Lake holds the distinction of being the sole town in Canada to have a Lord Mayor. As of 2016, its population stood at 17,511. Niagara-on-the-Lake holds great historical significance for Canada, as it served as the first capital of the Province of Upper Canada (predecessor of Ontario) from 1792 to 1797, known as Newark during that period. The town witnessed numerous battles during the War of 1812, following the American invasion of Upper Canada, resulting in the destruction of the town, along with the two former villages of St. David's and Queenston, as well as Fort George. Notably, Niagara-on-the-Lake is home to Ontario's oldest Anglican and Catholic churches, as well as the oldest surviving golf course in North America. Admission to the town is free for visitors.

    Niagara Falls ON, Canada 2 Minutes
  • 12.

    Fort George National Historic Site of Canada

    Fort George, a British fort, was built under the directive of Lieutenant-Governor Simcoe between 1796 and 1799. During the War of 1812, it served as the headquarters for Major-General Brock. However, in May 1813, the fort was bombarded and seized by the American forces, who then erected their own fortifications on the premises. In a subsequent turn of events, the British recaptured the site in December 1813. Admission to Fort George is free.

    Niagara Falls ON, Canada 2 Minutes

Pickup Information

  • Your pick-up location and time will be mentioned in your booking confirmation email.

Cancellation & Refund Policy

  • Full refund available for cancellations made up to 24 hours in advance of the experience.
  • To receive a full refund, ensure you cancel at least 24 hours before the start time of the experience.
  • No refunds will be provided if you cancel less than 24 hours before the start time of the experience.
  • Changes made within 24 hours of the experience's start time will not be accepted.
  • Cut-off times for cancellations are based on the local time of the experience.
  • This experience is weather-dependent. In the event of poor weather, you can choose a different date or receive a full refund.
  • A minimum number of travelers is required for this experience. If the minimum isn't met and the experience is canceled, you can select an alternative date/experience or receive a full refund.

Other Information

  • Confirmation will be provided upon booking.
  • Not accessible for wheelchair users.
  • Stroller accessibility available.
  • Service animals are permitted.
  • Conveniently located near public transportation.
  • Infants must be seated on laps.
  • Infant seats can be provided.
  • Weight restriction: Combined passenger weight should not exceed 550 lbs / 250 Kg.
  • Taxes and airport fees are not collected by Viator. These fees are billed separately by the supplier, Niagara Falls Air Tours Inc.
  • Airport Improvement Fee: $15 per passenger.
  • 13% HST Harmonized Sales Tax: $12.94 per passenger.
  • Fuel Supplement: $30 per passenger.
  • Flight narration is available in English, French, German, Arabic, Spanish, Hindi, Cantonese, Ukrainian, Mandarin Chinese, and Korean, but not guaranteed.
  • Suitable for most travelers.
  • This is a private tour/activity exclusively for your group.
  • Operated by Niagara Falls Air Tours Inc.

Tour Exclusions

  • Airport Improvement Fee: $15 per passenger
  • Fuel Supplement: $30 per passenger
  • 13% HST applied to the Total Price of the Ticket