Depart from Kapolei West O'ahu, located at the historic Kalaeloa Airport just minutes from the Ko Olina resort area.Get Directions
Kalaeloa Airport was formerly known as Barbers Point Naval Air Station and was used by the U.S. Navy in 1939 as a mooring station for airships and was a key point of operations during World War II.
Four of the buildings on Kalaeloa Airport property are eligible for the National Register of Historic Places - the Air Traffic Control Tower, two hangars, and a maintenance building that was once used for torpedo assembly.
Conveniently located only fifteen minutes from the Ko Olina resort area, this airport is located in up-and-coming Kapolei and away from the throngs of Honolulu traffic. Known locally as the "second city" of O'ahu, Kapolei is about 25 miles west of downtown Honolulu. Prior to being developed, this fertile area was home to sugarcane and pineapple fields.
If you're staying downtown or in Waikiki, a visit to laid-back Kapolei for an unforgettable helicopter adventure is a great way to spend the day. Once you're in the air, the whole island of O'ahu is yours to explore, from the North Shore's wild and wonderful surf breaks to Diamond Head, Sacred Falls, and the bustling south coast of the island.
Enjoy a doors-off flight over the sun-drenched colors and tropical features of the beating heart of O'ahu: downtown Honolulu, Waikiki, Pearl Harbor, Kapolei, and Diamond Head.
Fly over the sun-drenched colors and tropical features of the beating heart of O'ahu: downtown Honolulu, Waikiki, Pearl Harbor, Kapolei, and Diamond Head.
Enjoy an exhilarating doors-off tour of the entire island of O'ahu without dealing with traffic or parking. We offer the only full-circle helicopter tour of the island.
Tour the entire island of O'ahu without dealing with traffic or parking. Our Circle Island Experience is the only full-circle tour of O‘ahu by helicopter.
Covering the island of O‘ahu from above, our Circle Island Experience is the only full-circle tour of O‘ahu by helicopter.
If you have a taste for adventure and want to experience this island from a unique and unforgettable perspective, fly by the world-famous surfing havens on the North Shore and past the staggering 1,000 foot Ali’i Sacred Falls!
Explore the serenity and beauty of O‘ahu’s natural areas from the air on Paradise Helicopters’ Waterfall & Valley Explorer tour.