Wild Atlantic Flights, Dublin’s first premier flight tour company. Providing you with a glorious opportunity to view Ireland’s rugged coastline from the sky! See some of Ireland’s spectacular landscape and coastal regions. This is an experience not to be missed. The sky is the limit!
Wild Atlantic Flights use a modern fleet of 4 seater aircraft, ensuring that every guest has stunning views. They operate from Weston Executive airport which is situated on the outskirts of Dublin city.
Boyne Valley-Valley of the Kings Tour
The delights of Ireland's Ancient East!
Go back in time on this flight. This tour brings you firstly to one of the oldest sites in Ireland, The Hill of Tara. This ancient Royal site of the High Kings of Ireland dates back to the Neolithic period (roughly 5,000 years ago)..The best way to view the Hill of Tara is from the sky.
You will then fly over Newgrange - A Neolithic Ritual Centre. Observe the oldest astronomical observatory in the world. Newgrange today is “unhesitatingly regarded as the great national monument of Ireland” and as one of the most important megalithic structures in Europe, both these sites are older than Stonehenge and the Egyptian Pyramids.
You will then fly over the site of one our most famous battles-The Battle of the Boyne – This was a battle in 1690 between the Catholic James II and the Protestant William III of England this took place in the beautiful Boyne valley just outside Drogheda. This was a watershed in Irish and European history (it changed the balance of power in Europe from the French to the Dutch in 1690).
Finally Fly over Slane ’the cradle of Irish Christianity’ and Slane Castle-a natural amphitheatre and the scene of many great rock concerts i.e. Bruce Springstein, Queen, David Bowie and U2. You will fly back to Dublin via our dramatic East coast where you will get to see the magnificent Mourne mountains in the distance before flying over the coastal villages of Skerries and then heading back to Weston airport.
Tour departs at 10:00 daily and lasts up to 60mins.