In a very short time, you can fly to the Isle of Wight from the centre of London.
Ideal if you fancy lunch with a difference, or travelling with friends to the festivals, or even looking for the perfect romantic break.
Atlas Helicopters offer a flexible booking service, which fits around your needs and can take you to a destination of your choice.
Flight Times to the Isle of Wight
It takes 35 minutes to fly from London Battersea heliport to the Isle of Wight, with complimentary champagne and light catering provided
By land or sea, there is no such thing as a quick trip to the Isle of Wight from London. Not only do you have to grapple with London traffic and then travel to the coast but also cross the Solent by ferry.
Not only does a helicopter flight give you speed but also magnificent views of the North and Sound Downs as well as historic Portsmouth and the majestic Solent – a very popular stretch of water for many sailors.
Call Atlas today on 0800 328 0432 for your own personal flight plan.
Departure And Destination Points
London’s most central heliport is Battersea Heliport. Also known as London Heliport, you’ll find it just across from Chelsea Harbour on the south bank of the River Thames.
For the past 50 years, it has provided a vertical gateway to London for VIPs, celebrities and the business community.
However, you don’t have to stick to this one location. There are several other London options including Denham Aerodrome, Elstree Aerodrome, Fairoaks Airport, Biggin Hill Airport and points near the City of London.
Our beautifully furnished helicopters have a spacious cabin with room for up to 6 passengers, making plenty of room for family, friends and business colleagues to quickly pop over to the Isle of Wight within 35 minutes.
You’ll land at a private site, approximately 5 minutes from the centre of Cowes. Alternative landing sites on the Isle of Wight are available, such as the Priory Bay Hotel.
About the Isle of Wight.
On one hand, the Isle of Wight seems like a time capsule where you step back into a much gentler world, away from the hubbub of the mainland. On the other it has very modern attractions, with worldwide acclaim.
Many people know ‘The Island’ thanks to major music events such as Bestival and the historic Isle of Wight festival, or maybe it is through Cowes week, where the sailing world descends upon its southern coast, or it could even be heritage landmarks such as the Needles and its lighthouse.
Along with that, there are fine restaurants such as the Priory Bay Hotel to which people fly for a Heli Dining experience. Or it could be the quaint mix of a villages and sights that can entertain families and couples alike.
However, if it’s just the sea, sun and sand you’re after, the Isle of Wight is home to many award winning beaches.
Whether it is business or pleasure the Isle of Wight is only 35 minutes away from London with Atlas Helicopters.
Call us on 0800 328 0432 and we’ll plan your trip around your needs.