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Lord Howe Island Charter Flights | Altitude Aviation

World Heritage Listed in 1982, Lord Howe Island is one of the most isolated and beautiful places in the world, you can truly feel like you are on the edge of civilisation. Whether you want to visit for its fishing, walking, diving, surfing, bird watching or you want to immerse yourself in luxury at the all-inclusive Arajila resort all of the above Altitude Aviation can help get you there.

Lord Howe Island is the perfect place to relax, unwind and have a digital detox with no mobile phone service and very limited internet it is the ideal place to get away from the stress and grind of the 21st century. The rare flora and fauna of Lord Howe will make you feel like you are in another world.

Check out the beautiful lagoon in a glass bottomed boat or jump in the water at Erscotts hole so you can see the coral and marine life up close. Scuba divers will love the caves and exploration around Balls Pyramid. It is one of a few locations in the world that have the unusual combination of tropical and temperate marine species living together. Lord Howe is considered the most southern coral reef in the world and the last paradise on Earth - and its not hard to see why.

The Island has five major ocean currents that mix around the island bringing schools of surgeonfish, silver drummer, kingfish, trevally, bluefish, southern fusiliers, amberjacks, Japanese boar fish, spangled emperors, butterfly cod and a large variety of butterfly fish, wrasses and fish found no where else on the planet. Lord Howe also encounters Galapagos whaler sharks, three species of turtles, stingrays, Spanish dancers, nudibranchs, crayfish, soft corals, gorgonia, black coral trees, sponges, ascidians, featherstars and seastars.

With very limited commercial flights available only 400 visitors allowed on the island at one time, access can be limited so let Altitude Aviation get you to Lord Howe when you want to go. Our pressurised and air-conditioned aircraft can transport you to Lord Howe Island