Inverness College students design Skye airfield terminal
January 15 2014
The brief, part of the students honours degree, called for creation of a 900sq/m terminal building and maintenance hangar as well as road links, parking and landscaping.
Ian Blackford of FlySkye said: “There is a strong and irrefutable case for the development of air services from Skye and this project is an important step forward in our campaign by being able to show graphically how the airport might look with appropriate financial support from The Scottish Government and other agencies.”
Conceived as part of a bid to resume commercial flights to the island, grounded back in the late 1980s, it dovetails with moves by local campaign group Fly Skye to convince the Civil Aviation Authority and Scottish Government to provide capital funding and subsidies.
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