Avalon Airshows are the best and potentially only way of seeing historical and current military aircraft up close and personal. The only drawback is getting to and from the airshow. You would have heard or witnessed first hand the traffic chaos, the countless hours on the road on queues to get in.

Skip the traffic, arrive in only a fraction of the time that it takes via road. Don’t worry about parking or the long walks when you fly in by helicopter. Everything to do with getting in and getting home is quicker.

This once-in-a-lifetime event will bring together the largest variety of RAAF assets ever assembled, including historical and modern aircraft spanning and celebrating 100 Years of the Royal Australian Air Force.

Experience the awesome power of military aviation.

Fly in by helicopter with the team from Mile High Australia where you get to view more than just the aircraft on show. See parts of the countryside, Avalon airport, and displays not available on the ground..

Getting to Avalon Airport

Your private helicopter flight departs from either Moorabbin, Melbourne, or Essendon Fields Airports for direct transfers into Avalon Airport on a first-in best-dressed basis. Your chartered helicopters can cater to groups as small or 3 or as large as 5. With your flights either being one-way or return to your original departure location. Contact us to reserve your flight today.

Fly in Packages (prices per flight)

One Way Helicopter Transfers into Avalon Airport (in or out)

Departure LocationGuests up to 3Guests up to 5
Essendon Airport$1,800$2,500
Moorabbin Airport$2,000$3,000
Melbourne City HelipadPOA
Melbourne AirportPOA
My Own LocationPOA
Flights are subject to weather conditions and weight loadings

Return Helicopter Transfers

Departure LocationGuests up to 3Guests up to 5
Essendon Airport$2,400 $3,100
Moorabbin Airport$3,000$3,400
Melbourne City HelipadPOA
Melbourne AirportPOA
Flights are subject to Weather conditions and weight constraints

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