Helicopters Not Flying For Two Weeks In October

Passengers will get a taste of life without the helicopters for almost two weeks in October.

There’ll be no service as they’re renting out their helicopter on a military contract.

BIH say they have a long-standing commitment in Plymouth between October 2nd and 15th.

As the sister aircraft is undergoing repairs, this will mean that the passenger service will be suspended. Anyone with a booking will be offered alternative arrangements.

The service will resume as normal on 16th October.

Skybus say they will cope, but few tourism businesses were aware of the situation last night.

Joan Shiles of St Mary’s Hall Hotel said that’s still the shoulder period and it is “unforgiveable.”

 



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