Glacier Landing: Matterhorn
This 55-minute long airplane flight will let you discover the best of what the Jungfrau Region and Switzerland has to offer as the airplane first takes you over to the world famous trio - the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. After flying by the notorious and challenging Eiger North Wall, you will follow the rugged cliffs and ice fields reaching the UNESCO world heritage site Aletsch Glacier, which is the largest glacier in the Alps. The view of the imposing peaks and glacier is breathtaking. We will next fly over the Valais canton towards the iconic Matterhorn which you can see from afar. As you fly past the Matterhorn, you will have plenty of time to admire its uniqueness and maybe even spot climbers approaching the summit. Next up - the seemingly impossible landing* on an ice field. After landing, you will have a short break to walk around and capture the breathtaking landscape. From there you will fly back to land in Airport Reichenbach. *Glacier landing available from February - May if the weather permits. Our scenic flights are suitable for anyone above the age of 5. Airplane scenic flights are available upon request, please contact us directly. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Availability: Between February and May if the weather permits Duration: 55 minutes of flight time and approximately 10-15 minutes on the glacier Capacity: Minumum of 3 people, max 7 people per flight What to bring: - Comfortable and weather appropriate clothing - Camera to capture your flight - Waterproof shoes/boots and sunglasses for the glacier landing Meeting place: Meeting place for airplane scenic flights is Airport Reichenbach. We do not offer transportation for your scenic flight. Find out more on our website! DIRECTIONS: Click here to navigate to Airport Reichenbach via Google Maps.