About our Heliport
Built in March 2020, Penzance Heliport revived the lost rotary-wing service between mainland Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Made possible by the passion for the Isles of Scilly the Dorrien-Smith family has, and from a multitude of supporters from Penzance, the islands and further afield, the heliport is a tribute to them and a sign of confidence and positivity about Penzance and the Isles of Scilly.
Located just off the A30, and just a mile from Penzance Rail Station by electric shuttle bus, Penzance Heliport is ideally located. On-site parking for around 270 vehicles, EV charging points, bike storage and excellent public transport links make connecting to the islands from across the country a breeze.
About our Airfield
Penzance Heliport sits 1NM NE of Penzance Town, 21FT AMSL at 50°07’49’’N 005°30’50’’W. The airfield is currently permitted for VFR operations only, between normal operation hours of 0800-1700.
Our helipad is a 20m x 20m concrete pad with lights, with a secondary pad of the same dimension to the east, comprised of a reinforced grass surface and concrete edge markers. JET A1 fuel available upon request, with hangarage and grass parking available. The airfield is RFFS Category H2.
For further, more detailed information, please see our AIP package from NATS