Sean Redfern (l.) director of sales and business development at Associated Aircraft Group (AAG) poses at a Manhattan heliport, in front of one of his company's S-76s along with Robert Walters, London Biggin Hill Airport's Biggin Hill’s business development manager, celebrating the launch of a new shuttle service from Teterboro Airport. The service will mirror one that has been in place for the past several years, linking the UK airport with London's center.

AAG Launches Teterboro–NYC Heli Shuttle Service

Following the success of a helicopter transfer service from London Biggin Hill Airport to London that was launched in 2014, the UK airport has worked with New York-based helicopter operator Associated Aircraft Group (AAG) to institute a similar service linking sister airport Teterboro with the U.S. financial capital.

“The London Heli Shuttle has been a game changer at our airport, allowing passengers a quick six-minute transfer to the city center,” explained Robert Walters, Biggin Hill’s business development manager. “With Teterboro the same time by helicopter to New York City, it is fantastic to be able to mirror this service with AAG in the United States and form an effective 'air bridge' between the two cities.”

AAG operates the largest fleet of Sikorsky S-76s in the Northeast U.S., and its New York Heli Shuttle flights will operate between the dedicated business aviation airport and Manhattan’s heliports. 

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Using the two services on either side of the Atlantic, passengers can end the work day in Manhattan, take the heli-shuttle to Teterboro, board a jet to Biggin Hill, and then take the shuttle to London in time for an early breakfast meeting, Walters noted.

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