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Algeciras Heliport

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Algeciras Heliport

Helipuerto de Algeciras
Helipuesto Algeciras.JPG
Summary
Airport typePublic
Owner/OperatorAENA
ServesAlgeciras, Spain
Elevation AMSL30 m / 98 ft
Coordinates36°07′44″N 05°26′28″W / 36.12889°N 5.44111°W / 36.12889; -5.44111
Map
Algeciras Heliport is located in Province of Cádiz
Algeciras Heliport
Algeciras Heliport
Location of heliport in the Province of Cadiz
Algeciras Heliport is located in Spain
Algeciras Heliport
Algeciras Heliport
Algeciras Heliport (Spain)
Helipads
Number Length Surface
m ft
H01 Asphalt
Statistics (2013)
Passengers2,938
Passenger change 12-13Decrease67%
Aircraft Movements682
Movements change 12-13Decrease38.3%

The Algeciras Heliport (Spanish: Helipuerto de Algeciras) is a public heliport in Algeciras (Cádiz, Spain). It was inaugurated on July 1, 2010 by the Minister of Development, José Blanco. It was the second helipad of the network AENA after Ceuta Heliport. Construction had started in February 2009.[1] It provides transport to Ceuta and other areas in the Campo de Gibraltar. The only airport existing in the area is the one in the neighbouring British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar.[2]

It was expected to begin operation in July 2010.[3] The heliport is located on the current parking building of the Port of Algeciras.[4] The set up of the heliport has involved the extension of an existing building and the ground keeping an area of 32 x 24 meters to take off the vehicle and a safe area of 8 x 5 meters. It is supplemented by the service units for rescue and firefighting and various units of maintenance. The helicopter used in the city will be a model  Bell 412 EP that will allow communication with the city of Ceuta in just 10 minutes.[5]

The heliport platform is 2,400 m² and a height of 30 meters above sea level. The passenger terminal is located in the Passenger Terminal Building.

Facilities

The heliport is divided into two parts: the passenger terminal and the launch pad for landing. The passenger terminal is part of the port of Algeciras, which has adapted an area to meet the needs of the heliport. This platform has 2,400 m 2 and is located 30 m. The terminal and platform are connected by covered outdoor walkways. The cost was more than 7 million euros.[6]

It is located 500 meters from the station and bus station in Algeciras.

Services

The heliport uses the services and parking of the Port of Algeciras. It does not have deposits of fuel for helicopters due to lack of space, so refueling cannot be done here.

Airlines and destinations

AirlinesDestinations
HelityCeuta

See also

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-11. Retrieved 2010-05-14.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ parorama
  3. ^ La línea aérea Ceuta-Algeciras funcionará desde el 1 de julio (in Spanish)
  4. ^ http://www.bayards.nl/Meriad-CMS/store/files/1264543880_Bayards%20ONshore%20track%20record%2022.01.2010.pdf (top of p.4)
  5. ^ B.O.E. (ed.). "Resolution 315, 31/12/2008". Retrieved January 11, 2009.[permanent dead link]
  6. ^ 20 minutes: Development Minister opens tomorrow Algeciras Heliport

External links

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