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The Excalibur Card
Access, Availability, Assurance

A HELICOPTER CHARTER CARD THAT FITS YOUR PLANS

The AAG Excalibur Card offers a helicopter charter card that reduces the rates of on-demand charter without making a long-term commitment. We guarantee availability with 24 hours’ notice. A quick trip to the country club or out to your home in the Hamptons? Fly anywhere throughout the Northeast with no blackout dates. Excalibur Card gives you the freedom to fly without tying you down.

EXCALIBUR HIGHLIGHTS

  • Sold in 10-hour increments
  • Only pay for occupied hours
  • Guaranteed availability
  • No long-term commitment
  • No blackout dates
  • Need supplemental lift for your corporate flight department? Excalibur bridges the gap.

Excalibur
Makes it Easy

Let it work for you

A HELICOPTER CHARTER CARD THAT FITS YOUR PLANS

Every client’s travel needs are unique. Let’s examine your trip schedule to see how Excalibur Card can benefit you. If you’re making frequent trips within Metro New York – trips to JFK, LaGuardia or the Meadowlands – the accounting is simple. A quick trip to the Hudson Valley or Jones Beach? Use one of your prepaid units and save money versus on-demand charter flights. Excalibur still accommodates longer flights when you need them, and guarantees you access when you have to have it.

Sikorsky’s Legacy, King Arthur’s Sword

The Excalibur Card’s name honors Sikorsky’s long and ongoing history of innovation, including its Excalibur, VS-44, four-engine, commercial flying boat. Designed in 1937 for transatlantic, long-distance air travel, and named after King Arthur’s fabled sword, it held more than 40 passengers. Excalibur’s sister aircraft, the Excambian, is displayed at the New England Air Museum in Connecticut, after a decade-long restoration completed by mostly retired Sikorsky volunteers.

Excalibur Highlights

  • Sold in 5-unit increments
  • Guaranteed availability
  • No capital investment
  • No long-term commitment
  • No blackout dates

Need supplemental lift for your corporate flight department? Excalibur bridges the gap.