Popular Charter Destinations

FAA Air Carrier Certificate Number 4SRA118L

We regularly serve Southern California, Nevada and Arizona. We are based out of Jack Northrop Field/Hawthorne Airport, but we can pick up passengers in Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Burbank and San Diego or anywhere in Southern California, Nevada, and Arizona, ask for availability and pricing to other states.
The chart below shows some of our popular charter destinations and the corresponding one-way trip times. All flight times are based on a departure from Hawthorne Airport in Los Angeles. If your destination is not listed please call us and we can provide you with a quote.

Important Charter Information

These are estimates only. Please call us 310-355-1959 or 888-635-9782, or email us at info@star-helicopters.com for a helicopter charter quote.
If a destination you are looking for is not listed above please call us for a quote.
* All of our helicopter charters flights are billed as a “Round Trip” from Hawthorne Airport. Round trip pricing still applies for drop-off only.
The above rates are all inclusive and include landing fees, fuel charges and 15 minutes of stand-by time.
Charter flights are calculated at $1300 per hour from engine startup to engine shutdown in 1/10th of an hour increments.
Stand-by is $180 per hour.
An overnight charge of $500.00 will be added on charters departing between the hours of 8:00pm and 8:00am.
Some airports require a landing fee, This can be $20-200 per landing depending on the airport and has been included in your quote.
Cancellation is 48 hours minimum notice. A cancellation fee of 50% of the cost will be charged on cancellations with less than a 48 hour notice and a cancellation fee of 100% of the cost will be charged on cancellations with less than a 24 hour notice.
All flight times are approximate and can vary due to weather, air traffic control and other factors beyond the control of Star Helicopters LLC.
All aircraft are subject to maximum legal gross weight limits. More Pax and/or heavier weights equal less fuel and/or more flight time.
The Pilot in Command is the ultimate authority regarding all flight operations, routes, etc.
Charter flights to Catalina are currently unavailable.
Most of the helipads on the buildings in Los Angeles are for “Emergency use only” and are unavailable for our charter flights.