explore the thousand islands

Some of the best sightseeing in all of Canada is located along Kingston’s waterfront. The Thousand Islands have attracted visitors from all over the world from the late 1800s onward. Fly over the small cottage islands of the Admiralty group featuring Napoleon’s Hat, Wanderer’s Channel, the Bateau Channel and the Nokomis Lodge.

In the year 1900, George C. Boldt, millionaire proprietor of the world famous Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New Your City, set out to build a full size Rhineland Castle in Alexandria Bay, on picturesque Heart Island – for his wife Louise. However, she died before it was finished, so he abandoned the project completely and left it to ruin. Recently restored, Boldt Castle represents an example of the elegance of a bygone era as seen from the best vantage point – the air.

1/2 Hour - Scenic Waterfront Tour

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1 Hour - Scenic Thousand Islands Tour

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The aircraft can accomodate up to three (3) people.

Tours start at approximately $122.50. The plane plus pilot is $245.00 / hour + tax (you are billed for the flight time using this rate).

With a few exceptions, we can fly you anywhere within the Kingston area. We can’t fly into restricted airspace, such as over prisons, and we have to take off and land from the Kingston airport. Beyond that, the sky’s the limit!

To the east: the Thousand Islands, as far as Boldt Castle and back.

To the west, as far as Picton and back.

To the north, as far as Westport and back.

To the south: We typically don’t fly into US airspace very often. Contact us for more information.

If the weather is not suitable for flying on the day of your tour, we’ll re-book you for a date that works for you. There is no charge to re-schedule.

Absolutely! We have gift certificates available which can be purchased for any duration of flight you wish.

Kingston Waterfront

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Boldt Castle

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