Glasgow City Heliport

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Glasgow City Heliport
Glasgow City Heliport (EGEG).JPG
The Heliport at SECC prior to moving to Linthouse Road in 2014.
Airport typePrivate
OwnerBabcock Mission Critical Services Onshore Ltd
LocationGovan, Glasgow
Coordinates55°52′03.7″N 04°19′59.4″W / 55.867694°N 4.333167°W / 55.867694; -4.333167Coordinates: 55°52′03.7″N 04°19′59.4″W / 55.867694°N 4.333167°W / 55.867694; -4.333167
EGEG is located in Glasgow council area
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Glasgow City Heliport (ICAO: EGEG) is a heliport located in Glasgow, Scotland. The Heliport is located at Linthouse Road in Govan, close to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

The heliport is owned and operated by Babcock Mission Critical Services Onshore Ltd.[1] and is the operating base for the Police Service of Scotland air support unit. This unit is operated by Babcock MCSOL under contract. The heliport can also handle an amount of passenger traffic. The ground facilities consist of a maintenance hangar building and parking for 6 small to medium-sized helicopters.

Aircraft permanently operating from Glasgow City Heliport are:

Previous location[edit]

Prior to May 2014 the heliport was located approximately 1.5 mi (2.4 km) East from its present location, within the grounds of the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre and directly across the River Clyde from the Glasgow Science Centre and BBC Scotland's Pacific Quay Studios.[2] Planned future development of the SECC area enforced the move.[3]


  1. ^ Babcock MCSOL website
  2. ^ "Glasgow Heliport moves a mile and a half". 16 May 2014. Retrieved 31 May 2016.
  3. ^ Anderson, Deborah (28 November 2011). "Helipad set for a move to Govan. SECC chiefs have multi-million pound plans for Clyde site". Evening Times. Retrieved 31 May 2016.

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