22 FEBRUARY 2010
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HIGHLAND AIRWAYS, who operate the vital airlink between Cardiff and Anglesey, as well as routes to and from Scotland’s Western Islands, continues to fly in spite of well publicised financial difficulties (see AERBT 8 February). The Inverness Airport commuter carrier now says it is “cautiously optimistic” regarding the future and is taking scheduled service bookings until the end of March. It has signed an Exclusivity Agreement with a third party interested in the entire share capital of the company. Besides the PSO (public service obligations) routes it also undertakes aerial work, newspaper delivery flights, corporate staff shuttles and air charter. www.highlandairways.co.uk
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