Xewkija / Gozo Heliport
|Elevation AMSL||322 ft / 98 m|
It has two helipads, with a width of 22 metres (72 ft) connected by asphalt, to form a small 174 metres (571 feet) long runway in the 10/28 direction.
There used to be scheduled helicopter flights between Malta International Airport and Xewkija Heliport. These were started by Malta Air Charter in 1990, which ceased to operate in 2004. From March 2005 until October 2006 the flights were done by Helicópteros del Sureste. Currently, no scheduled flights take place from the heliport. However, Heli Link Malta offers flights between the heliport and Malta on request.
- "Gozo airstrip re-exhumed in development strategy". MaltaToday.com.mt. Retrieved 2021-09-13.