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Alpine Helicopters is now operating under enhanced public safety measures and we have been working to adjust our operations to align with provincial regulations.

Update on Alpine's response to COVID-19


The health and safety of our guests, employees and our visitors remains our top priority. 

Effective immediately, Alpine Helicopters Canmore and Stoney Nakoda sightseeing tour base locations, will require all visitors aged 12 years and older to to show proof of one of the following in order to gain entry to the premises:

1 – Government-issued proof of COVID-19 double vaccination. Between September 20 – October 25, proof of a single dose will be accepted as long as the dose was given two or more weeks prior to your booking.

2 – Documentation of a medical exemption.


In addition to proof of vaccination from all guests, Alpine continues to follow stringent sanitation and other safety measures to help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus:

1 – Masks will be worn by guests and staff in all Alpine facilities and during all flights. If you do not have a mask Alpine will provide you with one.

2 – Enhanced cleaning protocols, including sanitation of the aircraft after every flight.

3 – Facilities are reduced to a capacity of 20 people indoors and social distancing practices will be in place.

4 – Flights may be booked with members or your household or cohort only.  

5 – Completing our COVID-19 operational compliance document before your flight is compulsory.

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