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London to the Isles of Scilly by Helicopter

With a flexible helicopter charter you can pick the departure or arrival times of your flight between the Isles of Scilly and London.

Added to that is the service provided by Atlas’ Operations Team which can arrange every aspect of your itinerary, helping you avoid delays and save time, while travelling in style between the UK’s capital and its most westerly islands.

Flight times

There are two craft that can take you to the Isles of Scilly and these are approximate flight time from Battersea Heliport: AS355 Twin Squirrel – 2 hours 10 minutes and 1 hour 50 minutes in the Agusta 109.

As our Operations Team have organised a wide variety of flights, they are able to fulfil any flight plan, if you have any questions please contact them today.


AS355 Twin Squirrel – 2 hours 10 minutes

Agusta 109 – 1 hour 50 minutes
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Departure and Destination Points

London’s most central heliport is Battersea Heliport, also known as London Heliport, it is located on the south bank of the River Thames opposite Chelsea Harbour.

The London Heliport has provided a vertical gateway to London for VIPs, celebrities and the business community for over 50 years.

It is not the only location and there are several other London departure points you could use such as Denham Aerodrome, Elstree Aerodrome, Fairoaks Airport, Biggin Hill Airport and locations near the City of London.

On the island, St. Mary’s Airport, or Isles of Scilly Airport, is located one nautical mile east of Hugh Town on St Mary’s Island, to the south west of Cornwall.

It is also possible to land on Tresco which has a licensed helipad.

About the Isles of Scilly

The Isles of Scilly are as beautiful as they are varied, making for the perfect escape. The sight alone of the countless isles – five of which are inhabited – as you fly over makes the helicopter trip worth it, and once you have sampled the delights of secluded island life, you be reluctant to leave.

The five islands are your personal playground, ready to be explored and enjoyed at your leisure. St Martin’s Vineyard and Winery is the UK’s most south-westerly vineyard. Book a private tour and sample the various wines the island produces.

A keen rider? The riding centre on St Mary’s can provide you with fine steeds upon which you can explore the islands. For a real breath-taking experience, canter along the shoreline, your mount kicking up the soft golden sand and creating sprays of white foam as you stray right to the water’s edge.

Round the day off with the perfect display of elegance: a supper boat. Dine in private upon the calm waters as the last of the day drifts by.

The Isles of Scilly offers the perfect blend of tranquillity and sophistication. With Atlas Helicopters, this island paradise is yours to enjoy at your convenience.

All the elements of your journey can be arranged by the Operations Team at Atlas Helicopters. All you need to give them is your itinerary and they can book the hotels, transfers and any entertainment you require.

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