Flights booked to mark MJ's death
Helicopter flights over Neverland Ranch in California are being booked for the second anniversary of Michael Jackson's death.
The singer was 50 when he died on June 25, 2009. He owned the Neverland Ranch for years.
Oxnard-based Channel Island's Helicopters says the half-hour "Flight Over Neverland" event costs $175 (Dh642.64) per person and $500 for a private flight of up to three people.
The Santa Barbara News-Press reports the flights run from 9am to sunset on June 24 and June 25.
A spokesman for the company says it has already booked about 100 passengers, with more seats still available for June 25.
The gossip website tmz.com reports passengers are encouraged to honour the late entertainer by chucking his favourite flower — a red rose — out of the helicopter mid-flight.