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Operators of Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd (HIAL) are keen to hear from businesses about their travel needs as the country's Covid-19 coronavirus lockdown restrictions begin to ease


By Gregor White

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Flights to and from Inverness Airport could be influenced by the survey.
Flights to and from Inverness Airport could be influenced by the survey.

THE owner of Inverness Airport wants to hear from businesses about how it can help meet their travel needs.

In an online appeal Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd (HIAL) asks: "Can you help us gain real, local insight into the impact that Covid-19 will have on business travel through Inverness Airport and how we can best support local businesses through air routes and frequencies going forward?

"We are conducting this survey to support requirements for business air travel within the Highlands by establishing which routes and frequencies are key.

"This data will be used to support airline partners and their gradual re-introduction of services from Inverness Airport by assessing what future demand may look like."

Click here to access the survey.

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