"Flight of Flights" Experience Launches in Las Vegas

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The “Flight of Flights” experience package is now available in Las Vegas, which includes: Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters Las Vegas Strip flight at sunset; FLY LINQ ziplining and a beer flight from The Book at The LINQ Hotel & Casino.

Starting with a shuttle pick-up at The LINQ Hotel & Casino’s tour bus depot, guests move from the Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters terminal at McCarran International Airport. Then, they fly over the Las Vegas Strip and Downtown Las Vegas at sunset. The tour showcases all the city’s landmarks including New York-New York Hotel & Casino’s skyscrapers, Luxor sky beam, Paris Las Vegas’ Eiffel Tower and Fountains of Bellagio—all before making a hairpin turn around the 1,000-foot-high Strat.

Afterward, the shuttle returns guests to The LINQ Hotel & Casino where they head down to FLY LINQ, a zipline offering four different ways to fly – seated position or “superhero-style,” with both options available facing either forward or backward.

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Guests will move down FLY LINQ’s 114-foot-tall launch tower to the landing tower near the base of High Roller. Flying at nearly 40 MPH, riders will fly over 1,100 feet above the entire length of The LINQ Promenade.

Once the ride is over, guest could finish their experience with a beer flight at The Book at The LINQ Hotel & Casino. The beer flight includes four 5-ounce draft beers from The Book’s “beer yourself” self-pouring beer wall with nearly 25 beers on tap including seasonal specialties. The Book offers live leaderboards, gaming consoles and five augmented reality games.

Priced at $149 per person, two-person minimum (gratuity not included), this experience also includes roundtrip transfers between The LINQ Hotel & Casino and the Papillon Las Vegas terminal.

A promotional video of the experience can be found here.

In other Las Vegas news, the destination is putting on a plethora of LGBTQ+ events this year. Las Vegas is seeking not only to entertain, but to empower the community.

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