We, Corporate Helicopters are the leading providers of helicopter charters in Kenya. Incorporated in 2005 as Youth Aviation. We have our operational base at the Wilson Airport located in the heart of Nairobi.
We, Corporate Helicopters are the leading providers of helicopter charters in Kenya. Incorporated in 2005 as Youth Aviation. We have Our operational base at the Wilson Airport located in the heart of Nairobi.
Delivering an efficient and friendly service, with the highest quality possible our aim is to make helicopter charter seamless and stress free. Our skill set is vast and varied and is coupled with a professional and competent attitude.
Our pilots are attuned to the needs of clients providing a highly customer focused service. Backed by a team of dedicated and experienced professionals, Corporate Helicopters prides itself on the presentation of the helicopter fleet and pilot workforce and high standards of maintenance and safety.
Since its inaugural flight Corporate Helicopters has always been in the lead in promoting tourism in Kenya, our strategy to consolidate and sustain the growth momentum in the years to come.
Our tailor made safari charters offer you the chance to see some of East Africa’s most amazing and scenic locations.Executive Transport / Airport Transfer
At Corporate Helicopters we know that in the world of business, time is money. Our dedicated fleet of helicopters allows you to get from a meeting in one town to another, or be able to beat the traffic going towards the airport in a short period of time. And that’s why many top CEO’s and government officials choose our services.Filming & Photography
Quality is everything when it comes to film and photography. Each location brings its own uniqueness, and certain seasons of the year boast extraordinary occasions such as the Great Wildebeest Migration. Be it filming of a documentary series, sporting events, news or just to capture special moments, we provide the means for you to remember them in a unique way.Medical Evacuation / Rescue
For many years helicopters have been used for medical evacuations and rescue missions due to their time efficiency and their capability of reaching out to people in remote areas. Due to the reliability of our team, Corporate Helicopters have been working closely with the Kenya Red Cross for the past several years
For more information, get in touch with us, or book a flight today.
We currently offer helicopter charter services within Kenya as well as the East Africa region. Whatever your reason for travel we are equipped to ensure efficient, easy and safe travel. For more information, get in touch with us, or book a flight today.
The Rift Valley in Kenya is famed for destinations including Hell’s Gate National Park, Lake Naivasha and Nakuru National Park for its flamingos. Youth Aviation can tailor your entire Rift Valley experience and bring any number of destinations to your doorstep.
Lake Turkana, in Rift Valley, is the world’s largest permanent desert lake and largest alkaline lake. Its far northern end crosses into Ethiopia, and by volume it is the world’ fourth-largest salt lake.
Mt Kenya is regarded as the most visually stunning of the ice-capped African peaks and is home to a great diversity of wildlife, including leopards, elephants and buffaloes. It offers an exhilarating trek, with only a tenth of the number of trekkers compared to Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Witness Kenya’s Wildlife through a Masai Mara experience. This world-renowned reserve, which stretches over open rolling grasslands, watered by the Mara River with an array of wildlife. Of the big cats, lions are found in large prides everywhere, with Cheetahs and leopards through the landscape. Elephants, buffalos, zebras and hippos also exist in large numbers.
Kampala is a compelling city at the centre of political intrigue, commercial activity and intellectual excellence in Uganda. Today’s forward-looking capital is vastly different from the battered city it was reduced to in the 1980s. Modern buildings have sprung up all over the city as old, dilapidated ones are gradually being renovated.
Entebbe is a major town in Central Uganda. Located on a Lake Victoria peninsula, Entebbe is also home to the historical site in Kigungu where the first catholic missionaries Brother Amans and Father Mon Maple Lourdel established the Catholic faith in Uganda.
The national park encompasses much of Mt Elgon, which has one of the largest surface areas (80km by 50km) of any extinct volcano in the world, and runs right up to the Kenyan border. Wagagai is the park’s highest peak at 4321m.
Is a mountain range of Central Africa, often referred to as Mt. Rwenzori, located on the border between Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the congo, with heights of up to 5,109m. The highest Rwenzoris are permanently snow-capped and they along with Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya are the only such in Equatorial Africa.
The Serengeti, Tanzania’s largest and most famous national park, is a 14,763 sq km wilderness that offers unparalleled safari opportunities. The annual wildebeest migration is the biggest wildlife spectacle on earth and the Serengeti’s biggest draw.
With high concentrations of wildlife allowing close-range observations, Ngorongoro is one of East Africa’s most visited destinations. At about 20km wide, it is also one of the largest calderas in the world. Within its walls you are likely to see lions, elephants, buffaloes and flamingos and even the chance of seeing black rhinos.
Since its official opening in 1977, Kilimanjaro National Park has become one of Tanzania’s most visited parks. Unlike the other northern parks, this isn’t for the wildlife – although wildlife is there. Rather, it’s to gaze in awe at a mountain on the equator capped with snow, and to take advantage of the chance to climb to the top of Africa.
Zanzibar consists of two larger islands – Unguja (the main one) and Pemba – as well as a dozen smaller ones. Further south is the archipelago of Mafia. All of them are ringed by dazzlingly white beaches, turquoise waters and colourful corals.
Rwanda was once the ‘Land of Eternal Spring’ and its capital city Kigali still fits the bill. Sprawled over ridges, hills and valleys, it is a small, attractive city offering superb views over the intensively cultivated and terraced countryside beyond. It was quite badly trashed during the civil war in 1994, but following a long rehabilitation, one gets the sense that Kigali is a city looking ahead to the future, not back to the past.
A dramatic chain of seven volcanoes, this park is the definitive place to track the rare and captivating mountain gorillas. There is no habitat more evocative of the gorillas than the densely forested slopes of the Virunga volcanoes. Coming upon the Susa family of 35 on the slopes of Karisimbi is one of life’s unforgettable moments – no bars, no windows, three silverbacks survey the landscape as infants and juveniles frolic on every side.
Nyungwe Forest covers 970 sq km and is one of the largest protected montane rainforests in Africa, easily the equal of Kibale Forest in Uganda. It offers superb views of the volcanoes of the Parc National des Virunga to the north as well as numerous opportunities to view rare primates, including colobus monkeys and chimpanzees.
Gisenyi is a city in Rubavu district in the Western province of Rwanda. Gisenyi is contiguous with Goma, the city across the border in the DRC.
Rich with natural contrast, captivating human history and countless surprises, Ethiopia has long been an intersection between the civilizations of North Africa, the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa.