Highland and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) is a public corporation wholly owned by the Scottish Ministers. The company operates and manages 11 Airports at Barra, Benbecula, Campbeltown, Dundee, Islay, Inverness, Kirkwall, Stornoway, Sumburgh, Tiree and Wick. HIAL's airports are vital to the social and economic welfare of the areas they serve, but are loss making, and are supported by subsidies from the Scottish Government in accordance with Section 34 of the Civil Aviation Act 1982.
HIAL’s Vision is to be recognised as an industry leader in the provision of airports through leadership, innovation and collaborative working to deliver positive outcomes for our customers. more info+
The role of the HIAL Board is to challenge the senior management team on its strategy for the business and to provide guidance and support on aviation and non aviation issues. more info+
Our senior management team work with the Board of Directors and the rest of the company to ensure that all passengers and customers have a safe and secure environment in which to travel. more info+
HIAL prepares a Ten Year Strategic Plan and Three Year Corporate Plan, which set out how it will fulfil the mission and what it aims to achieve in the operation and development of its airports. more info+
The Annual Report for Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd and Group Financial Statements for the last 5 years are downloadable here. more info+
For information on airport charges, opening hours and general information for pilots. more info+