HeliServices.NZ Fox & Franz, Haast began in 2016. Company founder James Scott re-founded the company with a brand new Management team in 2016 after over 30 years operating scenic helicopter flights in the region.

Now headed by Blair Chapman as CEO, from over 20 years experience in the industry including owning and operating Mt Hutt helicopters for over 15 years. Blair is committed to providing a strong safety culture within the company and ensuring HeliServices.NZ Fox & Franz, Haast provides the best possible customer service to all customers and agencies we work with on a daily basis.

With snow landings in the Westland Tai Poutini National Park, and Alpine landings and hunting/fishing from the Haast region we are one of the West Coast’s leading helicopter companies (since 1987).


The Backpacker Group Members Deal

Heliservices NZ offers 15% discount on brochure scenic flight options only.

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Tours & Products

Check here to see the great scenic flights they offer.

Hostels Nearby

Glow Worm Accommodation

Rainforest Retreat

Terms & Conditions

  • Available for The Backpacker Group members only
  • A valid The Backpacker Group membership card with identification must be presented to staff to claim discount
  • Direct bookings only
  • Not to be used in conjunction with any other discounts, promotions or deals
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Urgent Coronavirus Update

Anyone that has arrived into New Zealand from Monday 16th March 1am is required to self-isolate for 14 days.  If you do not do this you will be deported out of New Zealand if you are caught. If you need advice you can call the health line  0800 358 5453 or +64 9 358 5453  Do not enter a hostel, a hospital or a doctors clinic instead call the health line if you think you have the coronavirus.  If you need somewhere to self-isolate we might be able to help you so send an email to [email protected]co.nz.  Many hostels are now checking your passports to see when you have entered the country and will report you to the police if you are not following the New Zealand requirements.