30th May 2015

Glastonbury Festival

Audience At Outdoor Music Festival

Avoid the crowds and arrive in style by chartering a helicopter to the Glastonbury Music Festival this year. Just a short 30 minute flight from central London, hiring a helicopter for your trip can save hours of travel time, and hours of queueing to access the festival.

Whether you are flying in just for the day, or staying for all five days of the festival, your helicopter will land at one of the dedicated VIP heliports and the ground transport will have you in the middle of the action just minutes after landing.

The world’s largest greenfield festival

Every year the Glastonbury Festival attracts the biggest names in music to play on the famous stages. The event first started as the Pilton Pop, Blues and Folk Festival in 1970. Now, some 45 years later, over 175,000 people attend over the five days. Glastonbury is now the biggest greenfield festival in the world and has become a must visit event for any true music fan.

Camping, Mud and Music

Many of the 175,000 music fans that attend the Glastonbury Festival camp. There is always a great atmosphere but on the years when the great British summer plays its part the fields can turn into quagmires. For many, this is all just part of the event, and they relish it as much as they do the music.

If you want to avoid the mud, the crowds and the queues though, then chartering a helicopter can offer the perfect solution. Offering easy access to heliports in the middle of the festival you can be soaking up the atmosphere just minutes after landing. And at the end of the day your helicopter offers a quick, convenient way to return home for a nice hot shower.