3 chances to win £100 by completing our survey

Complete our survey by 20 July and help shape future air travel in the Highlands & Islands – and you could be in with a chance of winning £100

We are reviewing our strategy which is founded on delivering for our customer (the passenger) and satisfying community ambition across the Highlands and Islands.  As part of this, we have commissioned research into the current and future air travel requirements of businesses and individuals.  This will be used to support our strategy review and inform future investment priorities.

This online survey is one part of the research.  It is collecting information about air service requirements for scheduled passenger flights from the following 10 airports:  Barra, Benbecula, Campbeltown, Islay, Kirkwall, Oban, Stornoway, Sumburgh, Tiree and Wick John O’Groats.  These airports – apart from Oban – are owned and operated by HIAL.  The survey covers all air services from these airports apart from internal flights within Orkney and internal flights within Shetland.

The survey should be completed by residents of the areas by the 10 airports and by visitors to these areas (whether travelling for business or other purposes).  It should be completed either by:

  • Businesses / the self-employed, covering business flights; or by
  • Individuals, covering non-business flights, for example going on holiday, visiting friends and family or health-related

It is important that, as far as possible, you complete all the survey questions.  The information provided will be treated as strictly confidential.  It will only be used for the purposes stated.  Your individual response will not be identifiable in the analysis of the results and your information will not be passed on to others.  As a thank you for taking part, you will be entered in a draw to win one of three £100 prizes.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey which closes on Thursday 20th July.  It will be of great value in developing our revised strategy.

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