NetJets Europe has announced a partnership with The London Heliport, which will now be known as NetJets London Heliport and will feature extensive branding for both NetJets and its sister company, Executive Jet Management Europe (EJME), within the building and around the landing site.
The heliport is a key piece of infrastructure for those flying privately in the UK and is a prime link between London and surrounding airports that NetJets Europe serves. The heliport recently celebrated its 500,000th movement over the course of its 59-year history.
Mark Wilson, president of NetJets Europe, commented, “London is the very core of NetJets’ European business – with over one third of our customers based here – so to cement our presence in the city with this partnership allows us to educate new audiences on the benefits of fractional jet ownership.
“We have seen a link between those using helicopters and private jets for some time and are pleased we can now partner with an establishment that shares our vision for customer service and attention to detail.”
The London Heliport was purchased by the Reuben Brothers in 2012. Its position as the only CAA-certified heliport in the city ensures it is utilized fully by passengers traveling through London. In 2015, the heliport handled 10,500 movements – the highest numbers seen since 2008 – with record movement days occurring on Royal Ascot race days, Cheltenham and the Formula 1 Grand Prix at Silverstone.
“We’re very pleased to welcome this partnership with NetJets Europe and look forward to working closely over the coming months to enhance travel experiences for all our passengers. We’ve admired the NetJets brand for some time and the natural synergy between helicopters and private jets means we can combine our strengths and benefit those choosing to fly privately for work or leisure. Our traffic numbers continue to increase, showing the relevance of what we can offer to the city of London – we look forward to that continuing now alongside NetJets Europe,” said Simon Hutchins, general manager, The London Heliport.