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Monacair announces promotional fares for Monaco Yacht Show

Monacair announces promotional fares for Monaco Yacht Show

By Staff Writer - September 4, 2018

Monacair, the Monaco helicopter company, is offering special rates on a one-way and return 2018 Monaco Yacht Show helicopter transfers for show attendees. For €130 one-way and €250 return per person, visitors will be able to transfer by helicopter between Nice Côte d’Azur Airport and Monaco in just seven minutes, using the promo code MYS2018.

Monacair helicopter

This preferential fare includes a VIP chauffeur-driven transfer to and from Monaco’s heliport in Fontvieille to the Monaco Yacht Show 2018, or any other address in Monaco.

The Monaco Yacht Show 2018, from September 26th to 29th in Port Hercules, is the world’s leading superyacht sales and lifestyle show, attracting a global clientele. Monacair has been the official helicopter partner of the event since 2016.

Monaco Yach Show aerial view from Monacair helicopter

A helicopter transfer for the MYS is the most convenient and luxurious way to travel between Monaco and Nice Côte d’Azur Airport, Monacair says. A flight takes off on the regular line service every 15 minutes, arriving at its destination in only seven minutes. A total of 48 flights operate the Monaco-Nice-Monaco line every day of the week.

To book a 2018 Monaco Yacht Show helicopter transfer with Monacair, visit monacair.mc/en, phone +377 97 97 39 00, download the Monacair app for Android and iPhone, or visit the Monacair desk at the show which will be located above Rascasse at Point N on the MYS map.

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