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Papillon offering helicopter flights to Super Bowl XLIX

Papillon Group Press Release | January 22, 2015

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Papillon will fly guests to Super Bowl XLIX in an Airbus Helicopters EC130. @ChopperGuyHD Photo
For a limited number of guests, the Papillon Group is offering a privatized helicopter experience for the Big Game on Sunday, Feb. 1 that will take place at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. 
From nearly anywhere in the Scottsdale area, Papillon will pick up guests via private Pink Jeep luxury vehicles, the ultimate in adventure ground transportation. From there, groups will be whisked to the Scottsdale Airport where an EC130 helicopter will be waiting to begin the 15-minute flight to the Glendale Airport, which is located in close proximity to the stadium. Once the helicopter touches down, Pink Jeep’s first-class vehicles will take guests directly to the main event where they can begin their game day experience. Once the game is over, Pink Jeep Tour Trekkers and Mercedes-Benz Sprinters will be waiting to return guests back to their hotel. 
Considered the premier helicopter in the tour industry today, the EC130 features forward-facing, theater-style seating along with large, oversized windows that allow for unobstructed views of the Valley of the Sun and the surrounding Sonoran Desert. 
The price starts at $599 per person with typically six passengers per helicopter. A limited number of seats will be available for the Feb. 1 flights to the Big Game. For more information and to make a reservation, visit or call (702) 835-8477 or email 

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