Prince George Takes a Helicopter Ride, Throws a Tantrum

At age 2, he's already a jet-setter-in-training.

Prince George officially became the world's cutest helicopter passenger (just look at those little noise-canceling headphones!) when he visited a Royal Airforce Station in Gloucestershire, England, with his mom and dad this Friday.

The royal family—noticeably without Princess Charlotte in tow—toured the station as part of the Royal International Air Tattoo, aka the world's largest military air show. The event featured 247 different aircrafts and was aimed at encouraging young people to get involved with aviation, US Weekly reports.

We imagine Prince William was able to share some extra information about the aircrafts with Prince George, as he graduated from the Royal Air Force in 2010 and flew some of the helicopters during his training.

Prince George ultimately gave the event his seal of approval — just as an earlier tweet from the official Kensington Palace Twitter account predicted he would. "The @airtattoo is a fantastic family-orientated event," the tweet reads. "The Duke and Duchess know that George will enjoy seeing the aircraft up close."

We can hardly stand the cuteness.

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