Helicopter flight to the Chernobyl zone and the city of Pripyat. The longest and most mesmerizing helicopter tour.

Flight duration up to 100 minutes. It is interesting because on the route to the zone you will be able to fly over Kiev and Mezhyhirya.

The Chernobyl exclusion zone is the most unique place on the planet, a place where time has stopped and you can return to the past. The calendar here is 1986. All objects in the zone remained practically untouched by man and time.

Flying over the Detyatki checkpoint, you will head towards the Duga radar, one of the most majestic structures in the zone. Duga – a secret object of Chernobyl-2, an antenna aimed at detecting the launch of ballistic nuclear missiles. Further through the Nuclear Lake, the Chernobyl Cooling Pond, at the nearest distance from the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, you will proceed to the most interesting and intriguing object of the zone – the ghost town of Pripyat. Look at the main sights, the Energetik Palace of Culture, the Polesie hotel and the Ferris wheel, the symbol of the zone.

Wildlife comes to life in the zone, here we regularly, during the flight, meet wild animals, wild boars, horses, deer, elk and even wolves. From the cockpit of a helicopter, you can evaluate quite a lot and consider what you will need a lot of time on foot.

On the way back you will fly near St. Ilinskaya Church, where, according to various sources, there is absolutely no radiation.

The exclusion zone is a unique and inimitable place, you can talk about it for hours, but perhaps everyone would be interested to see it with their own eyes, and feel the whole atmosphere and experience from the flight to Chernobyl.

Helicopter flight to Chernobyl and Pripyat is a little story for each of us.

Flight information:

Helicopter – Robinson 44, 1 pilot + 3 passengers

Takeoff – Hydropark airfield

Time – up to 100 minutes

Route – Motherland, Kiev-Pechersk Lavra, Flag, bridges, Mezhyhirya, Duga, Chernobyl, Cooling pond, Pripyat, Kiev Sea

Price – 35000 uah

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