Fly To Coachella By Sundance Helicopters With UberCHOPPER By Blade

Sundance Helicopters, the longest running helicopter tour operator in Las Vegas, has been tapped as the exclusive partner with UberCHOPPER powered by BLADE, to fly to Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Coachella attendees will fly in the comfort and elegance of Sundance Helicopter’s state-of-the-art Airbus H130 helicopters on April 15th – April 17th and April 22nd – April 24th.

Coachella 2016

“It’s an honor to be chosen as UberChopper powered by BLADE’s exclusive helicopter transportation to Coachella.” said Jay Francis, President, Sundance Helicopters, “Blade is the premiere app for flights to in-demand destinations and this partnership will bring a new customer base who want the ease and comfort of flying to events without the hassle of traffic and crowds.”

Sundance Helicopter

Los Angeles festival attendees will be driven via Uber to the Blade Lounge located at the Van Nuys Airport where guests will enjoy cocktails before boarding on a Sundance Helicopter for a one hour flight to Jacqueline Cochran Regional Airport in Indio California. Once at Jacqueline Cochran Regional Airport, guests will then be escorted to BLADE’s luxury lounge where cocktails and hors d’oeuvres as well as concierge service from BLADE ambassadors will be available.

Booking Transportation Via Blade

Coachella Festival attendees will then be driven by Uber. The cost for the round-trip flight is $695 per person on a helicopter that comfortably seats six. Both BLADE and Uber apps currently offer Coachella Valley flights for reservation.

To book flights to Coachella music festival and skip the SoCal traffic, guests can download the BLADE app, Uber app or by calling the Sundance Helicopters reservations department at 702-736-0606 or email

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