London Biggin Hill and Associated Aircraft Group (AAG), the premier executive helicopter company, are announcing the launch of the New York Heli Shuttle, establishing even closer links between the US and UK business capitals.
Industry-leading AAG, which has been operating for more than 25 years, has the largest fleet of Sikorsky S-76® helicopters in the northeast United States. The company will run the six-minute Heli Shuttle transfer from London Biggin Hill’s sister airport, Teterboro, directly to Manhattan’s East 34th Street Heliport.
John Gow, General Manager, AAG says: “We have seen how successful the London Heli Shuttle has been for London Biggin Hill and we are excited to be bringing this option to New York, through Teterboro Airport, giving passengers the fastest route between the two cities.”
Robert Walters, business development director at London Biggin Hill, says: “The London Heli Shuttle has been a game-changer at our airport, allowing passengers a quick, six-minute transfer to the city centre. With Teterboro the same time by helicopter to New York City, it is fantastic to be able to mirror this service with AAG in the United States and form an effective ‘air bridge’ between the two cities.
“It is especially good news for charter brokers and those who regularly book travel between New York and London, as the process of travelling between the two city centres is now much simpler. Passengers can end the working day in Manhattan, take the New York Heli Shuttle to Teterboro, board their jet to London Biggin Hill and, with our extended operating hours, arrive at 6.30am. They then walk two paces across the ramp to meet the London Heli Shuttle, enabling them to be in their offices in time for an early breakfast meeting.”
About London Biggin Hill Airport
London Biggin Hill Airport is located 12 miles from central London and offers award-winning VIP handling, a choice of FBOs, extensive hangarage, support and maintenance services for all ranges of business jets.
A designated UK Port of Entry, Biggin Hill is free of runway slot constraints. An exclusive six-minute helicopter transfer service to and from the heart of London makes it the fastest transfer of any London airport.
Biggin Hill is the only dedicated business aviation airport within the capital and is already home to over 65 commercial and aviation activities.
There are very few places in the world other than Biggin Hill where aircraft operators and support companies can conduct all aspects of their business operations, management and maintenance at the heart of a global city and with the confidence in their ability to expand and develop over time.
About Associated Aircraft Group (AAG)
AAG, a subsidiary of Sikorsky Aircraft, A Lockheed Martin Company, has more than 25 years of experience providing helicopter charter flights, fractional ownership programs and aircraft management with our fleet of S-76’s, as well as helicopter maintenance services.
AAG has the Northeast covered for helicopter lift with helicopters located in its Teterboro, New Jersey, Wappingers Falls, New York, Providence, Rhode Island, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania locations. With the Northeast’s largest fleet of S-76 helicopters, AAG is the only VIP helicopter company to own and operate its own FAA Part 145 maintenance facility and is a Sikorsky Authorized Customer Support Center.
AirMed International has joined the International Assistance Group (IAG) as an Accredited Service Provider. Paris-based IAG is the world's largest alliance of independent assistance companies...
Liebherr-Aerospace announced it has earned a spot in the Boeing Premier Bidder Program. The program recognizes and rewards consistently high performing Boeing Commercial Airplanes suppliers and gives...
CubCrafters has chosen two of Hartzell Propeller's next generation carbon fiber structural composite propellers as the sole options for the airplane manufacturer's new nosewheel NXCub, which i...
As the COVID-19 swept through the industry many airlines were trying to sustain their daily operations as demand for passenger flights hit an all-time lows in March and April of 2020. While some carri...