Issy-les-Moulineaux Heliport is located in the city of Paris, south of Porte de Sèvres and the city's ring road, in an area that constitutes an extension of the 15th arrondissement.
Before Paris Aéroport began to operate the heliport and the city of Paris became the owner in 1956, this site was an aerodrome that welcomed a large number of world-famous aviators (Blériot and Farman, among others).
As from the 1960s, the size of the heliport gradually shrank due to the construction work carried out by the local authorities.
Awareness of the heliport is widespread as Issy-les-Moulineaux is famous for its role in early-20th century aviation history.
The heliport safely operates different types of helicopter through seven operators that charter flights and house private helicopters.
The heliport provides the following services: medical evacuation, aerial work, military traffic, private traffic, the transport of public officials, and public transport.
The heliport's total footprint is 7.5 hectares.
Time at which the site is open to traffic: Monday to Friday from 5:00 to 19:00 (at the latest) or to sunset + 30 minutes and at the weekend and on bank holidays from 6:00 to 19:00 (at the latest) or to sunset + 30 minutes.
Number of runways: 1
Runway 1: 350 m x 50 m
Type of surface: grass
• 1 control tower
• 7 hangars
• One 2,000m2 apron
• IATA CODE: JDP
• ICAO CODE: LFPI
• Latitude : 48° 50' 00'' N
• Longitude : 2° 16' 22'' E
• Altitude : 32 m
• Catégory E : class E1