Moms fly free
For Mothers Day
Moms Fly For Free On The Squamish Explorer
Book 2 seats get the 3rd free for your Mom – it’s the perfect family day trip
When was the last time you & your Mom did something new together?
We know you’ll agree that buying a truly thoughtful Mothers Day gift is hard. We struggle every year, too. But this year we have the answer.
When was the last time you and your Mom tried something new together? Honestly?
Our mom’s love making life-long memories with their kids far more than they love flowers and a fancy lunch once a year. And we think yours will too.
It’s these new experiences that draw us closer as we grow older.
3 is the magic number: This week up until May 14th you can book 3 seats for the price of 2 – Mom gets the free one.
GIFT CARDS: buy now. fly any time. spring, summer, or winter.
Use code “MomsFlyFree”
Here’s the deal:
Choice 1 – Book ahead and secure your spot for a flight on Mothers Day (we recommend this one)
Choice 2 – Book as a gift card and redeem it any day summer, fall, or winter
How to book: It’s super easy to book. Choose a flight time or a gift card. Put in the code. Get a 33% discount. Mothers Day is sorted. Now just pay. Fly. Smile!
Whether you’re shooting on an iPhone or with a DSLR, from 2500ft above sea level there’s incredible landscape in every direction just waiting to be captured and shared.
birds-eye-view of a 250 million year old landscape
The Squamish valley is the result of mountains forged over 250,000,000 years ago clashing with prehistoric glaciers. It’s wild up there and our pilots are your direct line to the region’s natural history. You’ll all be wearing headsets and will be able to ask the pilot questions as you fly.
A Whole New Perspective On Squamish
Once you see what’s out there, just beyond the horizon, you’ll never drive along Highway 99 and look at Squamish in the same way ever again.
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FAQs & Good To Know
Flying in our aircraft is just like travelling in a car, we have ventilation and heating control. Simply, dress for the season and we recommended you bring sunglasses. All ages can participate in a flight. Children up to 2 years old are considered infants, and must sit on the lap of a responsible guardian. Children older than 2 must have their own seat in the aircraft.
How To Get Here
From Whistler: Head south on Highway 99 and drive for 50km until you see signs for Alice Lake Provincial Park on your left. At the 4-way junction, turn right onto Squamish Valley Road. Follow the signs for the airport. Next turn left onto Government Road and follow it until you see signs for Sea To Sky Air.
From Vancouver: Head North on Highway 99 for around 75km until you see signs for Alice Lake Provincial Park on your right. At the 4-way junction, turn left onto Squamish Valley Road. Follow the signs for the airport. Next turn left onto Government Road and follow it until you see signs for Sea To Sky Air.