Scenic Airlines

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Since 1967, when Scenic Airlines flew the first airborne tour over one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon, Scenic has set the standard for aerial sightseeing tour operators.


Today, Scenic Airlines is famous all over the world for their Grand Canyon flights and many other tours to the great National Parks of the United States. They are the largest and most experienced aerial tour operator in the world. Over 10 million customers have visited the Grand Canyon and other National Parks with Scenic Airlines since that first flight. Each year, they carry approximately 300,000 passengers (600,000 enplanements) on sightseeing tours alone.

Scenic Airlines is the largest and most experienced aerial tour operator in the world, specializing in charter tours to the Grand Canyon and Grand Canyon West. In 1967, Scenic Airlines began flying sightseeing tours from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon and in the following 35 years, Scenic Airlines pioneered the aerial sightseeing industry.

As the premier experts of the Southwest scenery, Scenic Airlines also specializes in developing unique customized tours, designed exclusively for groups, companies or incentive programs. Whether their customers would like a gourmet meal on a private beach at Lake Powell or an exceptional meeting arranged at the Rim of the Grand Canyon. Scenic Airlines can arrange the perfect itinerary, including dedicated charters of their aircraft.

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Scenic Airlines
3900 Paradise Rd. Suite #185
Las Vegas, NV 89169
United States

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(800) 634-6801, (702) 638-3300
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(702) 638-3275

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