Airport

IMPORTANT UPDATE ON FACE COVERINGS: Saturday 25 July 2020, passengers flying to and from Scilly are required to wear face coverings throughout their journey (including in the terminal buildings) until they leave arrivals at their destination. TheTerminal buildings remain out of bounds to the general public not holding a ticket to travel on the day in question, this is to ensure that we enable suitable social distancing within the guidlines. There are exceptions; escorting or meeting someone with reduced mobility or escorting/meeting unaccompanied minors along with couriers and postal workers.

Read the full government guidance on safer air travel for passengers at the following link:
https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-safer-travel-guidance-f... 

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The Airport on St Mary's is operated by the Council of the Isles of Scilly and is available for use by the travelling and general public as well as private pilots.

All terminal facilities are at ground level and ramps provide easy access to all public areas, including wheelchair accessible toilet. Wheelchairs are available on request as is any assistance that may be required both in the airside and non airside environment.

The airport has a superb café with panoramic views across the harbour and the islands.

Currently there are two airline operators servicing St. Mary's Airport: Skybus fixed wing air service (part of the Isles of Scilly Steamship Group) flying from Lands End, Newquay, and Exeter and Penzance Helicopters from/to Penzance Heliport.