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Coney Park - Leeds Heliport


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lbaspotter

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Just noticed the following NOTAM

L1041/20: Leeds Heliport: Helicopter alighting area/platform limitation
Q) EGTT/QFHLT/IV/B/A/000/999/5353N00140W005HELIPORT IS NOT AVAILABLE TO HEL REQUIRING THE USE OF A LICENSED
HELIPORT DUE TO LOSS OF LICENCE
FROM: 18 Feb 2020 12:27 GMT TO: Permanent
Anyone know why Coney Park - Leed Heliport has lost its Licence permanently?
 

radar

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They haven’t, they’ve relinquished their licence because they don’t need to be a licensed aerodrome. They’ll continue to operate as normal.
 

LBAYORKIE

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I thought licensed airfields had to maintain certain minimum standards such as crash cover. Aircraft inurers used to have a clause prohibiting aircraft operating into unlicensed airfields unless extra premiums were paid. If thats still the case it may reduce their movements.
 
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