Reuben Brothers Acquire Heliport

The London Heliport is exempt from the no-fly zone during this year’s London 2012 Olympics. (via Emerald Media)

The London Heliport is exempt from the no-fly zone during this year’s London 2012 Olympics. (via Emerald Media)

Reuben Brothers acquired the London Heliport in Battersea, UK, from Andrew Davis on February 23.  The acquisition was made by Aldersgate Investments Limited and extends the group’s existing aviation interest, including ownership of London Oxford Airport, which was acquired in 2007.
The heliport’s most significant customers include the PremiAir Aviation group of companies, also held by Mr Davis.  Heliport and PremiAir will continue working together on a number of initiatives.
Reuben Brothers now have ownership of the only CAA-licensed heliport in London.  Continuously operating since 1959, it has an established client base and a newly developed terminal with a VIP lounge.  It also benefits from an exemption to the no-fly zone during the London 2012 Olympics, meaning a large number of dignitaries and VIPs will be able to utilise its facilities during the Games.