Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 10, 2010
Serenity Helicopters has opened their doors as the newest provider of Las Vegas to Grand Canyon helicopter tours. Steve Egger, founder of Air Maui (a popular Hawaii helicopter tour provider), brings his 25+ years of experience and flawless safety record to the Las Vegas helicopter industry. Serenity takes pride in being a small company, which they believe allows them to deliver the best possible customer service. From free VIP transportation to highly-trained pilots, Serenity Helicopters is well on their way to becoming the premier tour guide operator in Las Vegas.
"My goal is to provide each and every individual with a complete experience not found anywhere else," says owner Steve Egger. That's why Steve demands state-of-the-art A-Star helicopters, for all of his tours, featuring forward-facing leather seats with large windows that provide 180 degree unobstructed views. To complete the experience, passengers ride in air-conditioned comfort as they listen to live professionally choreographed narration by the pilot through noise reducing headsets.
Serenity guests can choose from four unique Grand Canyon helicopter tours when planning their trip to Vegas:
To further differentiate a Serenity helicopter tour from the standard Las Vegas offering, Serenity has added several complimentary amenities. A luxury van will whisk each guest from their hotel for the 20 minute trip to the airport. Each van is equipped with reclining, leather captain's chairs, a surround-sound entertainment center, and refreshments for the guests. A Serenity representative is on-board to answer all questions and ease any anxieties about the coming flight. At the Serenity terminal, guests are treated to complimentary beverages at the in-house coffee bar while they wait for their flight.
Great reviews are already being posted on 3rd party websites like TripAdvisor and Yelp. And with flights and service that owner Steve Egger has already become famous for in Maui, Hawaii, Serenity Helicopters is poised to make their mark in Las Vegas.