Turn Bretonside into a new city heliport
UNFORTUNATE as it is, unless a mass of money is poured into Plymouth airport, it will never re-open. The thought that a city the size of Plymouth is without an air link is unacceptable.
Perhaps an alternative is to replace the bus station at Bretonside with a new one at Colin Campbell Court (badly needed). The Bretonside site could then be converted to a Heliport to link Plymouth with Exeter and Newquay airports. The flight deck being raised to the Viaduct level with car parking underneath. This would enable Plymouth to become the only city with road, rail, air and sea links within a half mile of a city centre. Where does some of the money come from? From the sale of the Plymouth citizen owned land at the old airport!
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