For nearly 50 years, Penzance was the proud home of the helicopter service to the Isles of Scilly, providing a resilient, reliable and convenient connection to an island paradise.
We’re reinstating this vital link with a state-of-the-art helicopter flying from a modern, purpose-built heliport on the edge of Penzance, with excellent road and rail links.
Fly aboard the 15 seat AW139 helicotper to St Mary’s or Tresco on the Isles of Scilly in just 15 minutes, with a year round service and up to 17 flights per day.
With construction taking place in late 2018 and 2019, join the journey now to follow our progress. We look forward to welcoming you aboard.
Tresco & St Mary's
A Year Round Link
The Isles of Scilly helicopter
Fly aboard the state-of-the-art AW139 helicopter, reaching the islands of Tresco and St Mary’s in just 15 minutes in comfort and style, with up to 17 return flights per day throughout the year…
The brand new Penzance Heliport
Home to the Isles of Scilly helicopter, the new Penzance Heliport will be the perfect start to your journey to Scilly. With excellent accessibility and an open, airy feel, your journey begins as soon as you step through the door…
A message from Robert Dorrien-Smith to supporters of the Penzance Heliport project... I am delighted to confirm the deadline for legal objections has now passed and, with no challenge lodged, our planning permission stands. We can now get on with the job of building...read more
Penzance Heliport welcomes a positive statement from the Isles of Scilly Steamship Company on the future of transport links to the Isles of Scilly. In a statement today (21st August 2018) the Steamship Company says it accepts Cornwall Council's...read more
Over the past few days, the Penzance Heliport team has been meeting to discuss our planning conditions. These may sound dull, but we think they’re pretty important... That’s because planning conditions detail how we will ensure the Heliport is a sustainable, quality...read more
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