Tresco Heliport currently provides landing facilities for private and charter helicopters, by prior arrangement only. From 2019 we plan to reinstate scheduled helicopter flights from a new Penzance Heliport.
Tresco Heliport was opened in 1983 by John King, Baron King of Wartnaby, Chairman of British Airways.
The heliport was used by the commercial helicopter service between Penzance and the Isles of Scilly for 29 years until the service ceased in 2012. A new helicopter service from Penzance will reinstate direct helicopter flights to Tresco and St Mary's from 2019.
Tresco Heliport currently offers a landing site for charter and private helicopters, enabling guests to land direct on the island of Tresco.
Landing is strictly by prior arrangement. To contact Tresco Heliport regarding a landing, please contact David Page, heliport manager by email, or by calling +44 (0)1720 422970 or +44 (0)7833 096375.
Tresco Heliport is a grass airfield, 368 metres long and 6 metres ASL. The approximate position of the heliport is approximately N49° 56.74 W006° 19.87
There are no refuelling facilities available on Tresco; the nearest refueling services are at St Mary's Airport (Jet A1) and Land's End Airport (AVGAS & Jet A1).
Fly in and join us this summer and benefit from our offer of no landing or parking fees. Join us for a day to explore Tresco Abbey Garden or enjoy lunch in one of our island restaurants, or stay a little longer and enjoy the beauty of the islands.
Getting to Tresco is easy, with direct flights to St Mary’s from Land’s End, Newquay and Exeter airports, and a daily ferry service from PenzanceRead More
From 2019, we’re reinstating the direct helicopter link from Penzance to Tresco and St Mary’s on the Isles of Scilly. Find out more about the project and subscribe to updatesRead More
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