Spanish operator Helity, which specialises in scheduled passenger operations, is to start a new route. Launching to the public on Monday 30th October, the airline will link the holiday resort of Malaga to the British territory of Gibraltar.
This route and its schedules have been designed to facilitate connectivity between this city and Malaga in just 25 minutes, with a capacity of 15 seats.
The service will be performed by one of the company’s three Leonardo AW139 helicopters. Current routes include Ceuta to both Malaga and Algeciras.
Gibraltar is believed to be the only international airport in the world with an active public road across the runway with barriers and warning lights like a railway crossing.
Jeremy Parkin – HeliHub.com
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