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TITLE
Northern and Scottish Airways' inaugural flight to Skye
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_CARD_0054
PLACENAME
unidentified
DISTRICT
Skye
DATE OF IMAGE
December 1935
PERIOD
1935
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
31940
KEYWORDS
airplanes
Northern and Scottish Airways' inaugural flight to Skye

This picture from 1935 shows the Northern and Scottish Airways Liner inaugural flight to Skye.

On 5 December 1935 Northern and Scottish Airways started a twice weekly flight from Glasgow to Skye. The twin-engined six-seater de Havilland Dragon took 1½ hours to fly from Renfrew to Glenbrittle for a fare of £3 5s. It provided not only a valuable service to business men and tourists but also a much needed air ambulance

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Northern and Scottish Airways' inaugural flight to Skye

1935

airplanes

Highland Libraries

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This picture from 1935 shows the Northern and Scottish Airways Liner inaugural flight to Skye.<br /> <br /> On 5 December 1935 Northern and Scottish Airways started a twice weekly flight from Glasgow to Skye. The twin-engined six-seater de Havilland Dragon took 1½ hours to fly from Renfrew to Glenbrittle for a fare of £3 5s. It provided not only a valuable service to business men and tourists but also a much needed air ambulance