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HeliFlite to bring Miami F1 fans track-side in 10 minutes
HeliFlite becomes the official helicopter charter services partner for the Formula 1 Crypto.com Miami Grand Prix 2024. Fans and VIPs will enjoy quick transfers from Watson Island Seaplane Base and other Florida airports.
HeliFlite will transfer ticket-holders track-side on race days.

HeliFlite is to be the official partner of Formula 1 Crypto.com Miami Grand Prix 2024 in May, providing exclusive air access to the track at the Miami International Autodrome.

HeliFlite's fleet of twin-engine, dual-pilot helicopters will provide private charters to and from the Watson Island Seaplane Base on the causeway, Miami International airport, Opa Locka Executive airport, Palm Beach International airport or Fort Lauderdale.

HeliFlite is the exclusive charter service provider with access to land onsite at the Miami International Autodrome for the duration of the event. Private vehicles will meet passengers upon landing and transport ticket-holders to the Paddock Club, Palm Club or 72 Club.

"As we gear up for this year's race we are thrilled to announce our partnership with HeliFlite," says Tyler Epp, president of the Formula 1 Crypto.com Miami Grand Prix. "This collaboration signifies our commitment to elevating the race experience for our guests. Offering seamless journeys to and from the event, we're delighted HeliFlite will provide unparalleled convenience and luxury as we redefine the standards of excellence in motorsport hospitality."

Kurt Carlson, CEO of the New York City and south Florida operator, adds: "We aim to provide an easy, seamless, luxurious, and most of all, safe and secure travel experience to clients who have come to trust us for our reputation in the industry."

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