3 Nov, 2015 @ 09:20
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Helicopter route could resume between Ceuta and Algeciras

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HelicopteroA HELICOPTER service linking Ceuta and Algeciras may resume in November.

Helicopter company SAAR hopes to reconnect the African-based enclave with the Spanish mainland after rival company Cathelicopters terminated the service back in June 2014.

SAAR’s 10-man Bell 412 helicopters are light enough to land at Algeciras heliport, which is unable to hold the company’s 30-man Sikorsky S92 weight.

Reopening the route requires the approval of Spain’s Civil Aviation. If approval is granted, the company would also reopen the Ceuta to Malaga route.

Joe Duggan (Reporter)

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