The London Heliport

Local nameThe London Heliport
LocationLondon, United Kingdom

London Heliport, previously called Battersea Heliport and currently known officially as the Edmiston London Heliport for sponsorship reasons, is London's only licensed heliport. The facility, which was built by W. & C. French and opened on 23 April 1959, is located in Battersea on the south bank of the River Thames, 3 NM southwest of Westminster Bridge and between Wandsworth Bridge and Battersea Railway Bridge.The heliport, once owned by Westland and then Harrods, is a very small site, making use of a jetty to provide a helipad for take-off and landing, and onshore parking for three to four aircraft, depending upon their size. The heliport provides landing, parking and refuelling services between 08:00 and 21:00, albeit parking is normally restricted to smaller helicopter categories.

Flight conditions and procedures at the heliport prescribe a circuit height 1,000 ft above the Thames, in an extended figure-of-eight over the water, to seek to minimise noise pollution for residents in…

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Address 36 Lombard Road, Wandsworth SW11 3, United Kingdom

Coordinates 51°28'10.935" N -0°10'44.528" E

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