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Airplus Helicopters offers a range of professional or private air transport services. Our? Eet helicopter o? Re all security guarantees and? Reliability through rigorous maintenance in workshops Part.145 standards respecting the recommended protocols by Eurocopter and the process monitoring of airworthiness and pilot training approved by the services of the Directorate of Civil Aviation. With a capacity of five passengers plus pilot seats and loading bays for 240 kg of luggage our helicopters AS350 B2, B3, 355 provide the best balance of comfort and? exibility. The helicopter allows you to quickly rally di sites? Cult to mountainous areas access? Uvial, marine, vineyards or landlocked sites poorly served by roads. The passage through the air o? Re the advantage naturally avoid all current congestion and axes was? ranchir speed limits. A considerable time saving and valuable in your travels in optimum cost / time.
Your private driver welcomes you at the exit from the train station. (Foreign languages spoken). Please indicate your train number, time of arrival, number of people. Larger cars available on request.
Your private driver welcomes you at the exit from the airport. (Foreign languages spoken). Please indicate your flight number, time of arrival, number of people. Larger cars available on request.
A bottle of our sparkling Malbec rose brut of the Château de Haute Serre in your room upon arrival Please specify your estimated arrival time.
The Pech Merle cave is a prehistoric painted cave in the Lot department (Midi-Pyrénées, France), in the municipality of Cabrerets. It opens in a hill (pech in Occitan) overlooking the valleys of the Sagne and Cele, in Quercy. This cave, like many others, was compared to the Sistine Chapel and is attributed to this comparison Breuil formerly enough