View Full Version : Anyone need aerial photos?

05-17-2012, 11:16 PM
Howdy peoples! I shoot aerial photos out of a helicopter. I service all of Southern Cali but specialize in SFV and the greater Los Angeles area. If you need something somewhere further please let me know sometimes i can get several jobs shot on1 photo mission thus offsetting the price. I shoot construction progress photos as well as home and business beauty shots. Thanks for the reading fellas! -MxB

P.S. We are also still doing heli tours out of the Burbank Airport!!!

For Aerial Photos please email me at socalaerial@gmail.com

05-26-2012, 8:30 PM
We fly out of the Burbank Airport and we can go anywhere you would like. Tell us you saw this on calguns for your discount. Call us at (818)567-0329 for scheduling info. There is no other way to see southern CA weather you are visiting or have lived here your whole life. Treat yourself to a flight over the beautiful California coast line. Also available is a scenic and historic tour over downtown Los Angeles / Hollywood with sights like the world famous Hollywood Sign, The Griffith Park Observatory, Sunset Blvd., The Mann's Chinese Theater, The Santa Monica Pier and The Queen Mary just to name a few. We have experience doing romantic flights and have done several marriage proposals in the skies over beautiful Southern California. We have very experienced, professional, and safe Pilots for you to enjoy your tour with. We also do aerial Photography.

20 minute Hollywood tour: $89.00 per passenger No other Tour Operator in the San Fernando Valley can show you as many famous sites as we can in 20 min!!!

30 minute rides: $150 per passenger

45 minute rides: $210 per passenger

60 minute rides: $270 per passenger

06-11-2012, 1:20 PM

06-11-2012, 2:15 PM
I always wanted to go on a heli ride and will tag this for later...

And sorry for being the guy full of questions but how did you guys figured out your pricing?

The 20 min ride I'll be paying $4.45/minute
The 30 min comes down to $5.00/minute
For 45 min I'll be paying $4.60/minute
On the hour long ride I'll pay $4.50/minute

It costs more for one 60 minutes trip than for three of 20. I am sure I can see a lot more on the longer trip but still... Where's the monetary incentive to go a little longer?

06-13-2012, 11:43 AM
We price our tours based on current market value and operating cost. Until you broke it down here i was never aware what the price per minute was... So to answer your question a little better, the 20 minute tour is a special. The incentive to go for the hour is that it is the least expensive per minute. There are soooo many costs that go into operating an aircraft it would take forever to go into all of it but it all boils down operating cost.