NEWCASTLE CITY HELIPORT
The UK's LARGEST HELIPORT in the heart of the City of Newcastle upon Tyne
WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE OF HOTELS, RAILWAY STATION, METRO, SHOPS, RESTUARANTS, ART GALLERY, THEATRE,MUSEUMS, NUFC.
To land you will need to book in, and revue the rules page. You will need a credit card. Fees may include :- a landing fee, a parking fee, an out of hours fee or waiting time fee. Jet A1 is available and on sale. Normal hours are 0900 until 1700. Out of hours charge is £270.00 all twin landing fees are £270
Singles £175.00 per landing.
Check out our
"Inbound to Heliport"
the world are on there!
Customer Secure Free Parking
Helicopter Landing Fees Apply
All Single engined helicopters
£175.00 plus VAT
All Twin engined helicopters no matter the weight
£270.00 plus vat
Except Chinook and Merlin
£500 ea. Half price compared
to the airport
Military Touch & Go
Jet A1 Always available
Out of hours charges apply.
£270.00 upto 10 pm
By negotiation thereafter.
Additional waiting time maybe charged for late arrivals after booking a slot.
Normal Hours 9 to 5 Mon Fri
Any other time by phone or enquiry form arranged in minutes. All subject to change without notice. However, we prefer contact by WhatsApp on 07721611474
Although we pioneered helicopter pleasure flights back in 1977, we no longer conduct these short flights. We introduced City Tours and "Newcastle City Pleasure Flights" way back in 1990, again we no longer offer this service. We are happy to recommend Northumbria Helicopters, who are based at Newcastle Airport. Their telephone number is 0191249 9240.
Last year we welcomed 1800 visiting helicopters to Newcastle City Heliport, this year we fully expect that number to grow.
We offer free" Touch and Go" training to the Royal Airforce, Army and Navy to show our appreciation to the men and women of the armed services.
We accept Barclay Card and Master Card Visa
Not American Express or Diners Card
Please Read the Rules Page.
Only Entry and Departure is via the southern side via the river!!! ON departure you may climb to 400 feet QNH to make contact with ATC