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1 day ago by Inverness Airport

Inverness Airport
beautiful aerial photo but can anyone do better? share your best aerial shots from the area with Inverness Airport
North Coast 500
18 hours ago
Sharon Leckie - Wow what a great shot!
        

2 days ago by Inverness Airport

Inverness Airport
Today we received some great feedback from one of our customer's who received support through the airport from our customer assistance team.

We can’t thank you enough for the extraordinary service that you provided my daughter, who is living with chronic pain and is in a wheelchair, and my entire family. She was travelling on her 54th birthday and I didn’t think that there wasn’t much opportunity for celebrating her special day. You proved me wrong. You provided her with an extraordinary experience as you assisted us with check-in, security and boarding. When she ever boarded the plane and the flight attendants sang “Happy Birthday” to her and then, when we were seated, she and I were offered champagne with more good wishes, she was so surprised and appreciative to have her special day acknowledged. She felt that it was her best birthday ever and it was, in fact, her longest birthday as we made up the five hour time difference returning to the states.

We had so many positive experiences during our time in Scotland and the service that you provided topped them all. Thank you so much for your caring and for making our time at the Inverness airport one of the best experiences.

Great work guys.

For advice on travelling with additional needs please refer to our website for information at http://www.inverness...cial-assistance/
Special Assistance - Inverness Aiport
10 hours ago
Lauren Hibbert - Well done guys 😁
18 hours ago
Jacqueline McQueen - Alison Orr 💖💖
1 day ago
Sheila Mackay - Staff at Inverness brilliant pity about schiphol tho problems both times with staff not knowing how to use equipment even wanted to carry passenger on by board fireman lift , we complained on both occasions
1 day ago
Fiona Shearer - I couldn't agree more. We used special assistance last year for my dad, staff couldn't have been any more helpful, they were 1st class. Shame I can't say the same for staff at Gatwick on the return flight....they were dreadful
2 days ago
Margaret Fulton - Inverness airport was good when I used assistance in june.the lass from Hopeman was second to none,most helpful and couldn't do enough for me.
2 days ago
Sarah Brooks - Joy Brooks
2 days ago
Tina Ord - Manda Rennie
2 days ago
Diane Nicholson - Love Inverness Airport. Best airport in the world.
2 days ago
Geraldine Walker - I use the special assistance ,in Inverness airport,and I can say they are 1st class no worries from check in ,till on plane ,they are a godsend
2 days ago
Elane Bethune Henderson - Rebekah Mackenzie
        

5 days ago by Inverness Airport

Inverness Airport
Today after a fantastic 18 years at the airport we are saying a fond Bon voyage to Suzie Vesty. Suzie as facilities manager has looked after our info desk and is familiar with every 'nook 'an cranny' of the terminal and will be greatly missed by all. Enjoy your retirement Suzie and we look forward to hearing how you get on building your new home in Yorkshire.
Today after a fantastic 18 years at the airport we are saying a fond B
3 days ago
Carmina Coburn Macgregor - Just think of all the time you get to spend with your fur babies now and of course Nick😉. Enjoy your retirement, well deserved.xx
4 days ago
Jill Beecroft - Happy retirement Suzie Vesty and welcome to god's own county. Xx
4 days ago
Louise McNeill - Aww congrats Suzie I hope you have a fantastic day and enjoy ur retirement xx
4 days ago
Cally Williams - Enjoy your retirement Suzy, lots of luck and happy times in your new adventure xx
4 days ago
Sandi Bayne - Aw binz, I bet there were a few tears to!ay. You will be missed, happy retirement and lots of luck for the next chapter :) xxx
4 days ago
Judith van Lier - Exciting new adventures ahead Suzie! Hope to see you and Nick soon xxx
5 days ago
Wendy Galloway - Happy retirement Suzie- it's definitely the way to go ! -all the best for the future xx
5 days ago
Mike Johnson - Ah that's why you were being friendly yesterday hahaha! God speed! Say hello to my fellow English people!
5 days ago
Anne McKinlay - We're going to miss you so much Suzie! Have an amazing journey, me and Darce can't wait to come and visit xx
5 days ago
Fiona O'Fee - Happy retirement Suzie and all the very best in Yorkshire! Fiona and Basil xx
        

1 week ago by Inverness Airport

Inverness Airport
Fort George and Evanton Airfields honoured with the Airfields of Britain Conservation Trust’s latest memorials

As a result of long planning and co-operation between the Airfields of Britain Conservation Trust (http://www.abct.org.uk) and various local parties, memorials were unveiled on 12th and 13th August to commemorate Fort George and Evanton Airfields.

Fort George Airfield is one of Scotland’s least known airfields but played a very significant part in the early development and deployment of military seaplanes in Britain. Sited alongside the famous Army base and dating from before World War One, Fort George also participated in the conflict itself and eventually helped with advancing aviation in Orkney. An information board already exists within the barracks to acknowledge this airfield but the memorial will greatly enhance public awareness of this mostly forgotten piece of history.

Evanton Airfield meanwhile remains one of Scotland’s much better known airfields, and saw distinguished service with the Royal Air Force and Fleet Air Arm between the 1920s and 1950s. Numerous famous naval and training aircraft types proved extremely prominent at Evanton over the years, while the airfield for a short while even latterly witnessed spy balloons being launched from here. Today Evanton still remains tremendously relevant as a major industrial estate alongside the A9 road between Inverness and Wick.

Both memorials are the main standardised design already widely utilised by the Airfields of Britain Conservation Trust (ABCT), and its objective is to eventually commemorate each known disused airfield site in Britain with one of two forms of standardised granite memorial – over 60 have already been unveiled to clearly good effect. ABCT is the world’s first national airfield charity and making a real and revolutionary difference to the advancement of everyday society.

Issued by the Airfields of Britain Conservation Trust (ABCT)
http://www.abct.org.uk/
For more information, contact the following:
Telephone: 0141 206 3660 / 0141 206 3663 / 07800 821 796
Email: info@abct.org.uk / kenneth@abctemail.org.uk
Airfields of Britain Conservation Trust - UK
        

1 week ago by Inverness Airport

Inverness Airport
!!! Great late savings on Sorrento holidays from Inverness !!!

Don't miss your chance to enjoy fantastic savings on normal prices on this very special offer. Spend a week in sunny, vibrant Sorrento and join Newmarket Holidays' programme of optional excursions, on an "Allocated on Arrival" package where you simply select a "star-rating" category and they choose a hotel for you.

Tour highlights and inclusions:
- return flights from Inverness to Italy
- return airport-to-hotel transfers
- seven nights accommodation in a hotel within your chosen star-rating category
- the services of a Newmarket Tour Manager

Book at http://www.newmarketholidays.co.uk/15264
Sorrento Late Deals | Last Minute Holidays | Newmarket Holidays
        

1 week ago by Inverness Airport

Inverness Airport
Drone Threat to Inverness Airport.

Drones represent a significant risk to Airport Operations; the unwanted and unplanned presence of drones in areas where they endanger safety is of concern to all Airports in the HIAL Group and its customers. It’s important you contact the Airport without delay if you intend to fly a drone near the Airport

http://www.inverness...rt.co.uk/drones/
http://www.invernessairport.co.uk/drones/
1 week ago
Liam Calder - Connor McQuillan you racing planes
1 week ago
Tom Rennie - I like a moving target and trust me if it comes over the fence and endangers a aircraft I will shoot it down
1 week ago
Robert Gray - Paul Fraser
1 week ago
Raymie Mackay - I am a Civil Aviation Authority approved NQE drone Instructor and examiner here in the Highlands, most of my work is down south but if there is demand for drone pilots to become commercial operators we can easily put on a course in Inverness, we can liaise with Inverness ATC and teach people properly, http://www.skeyetrain.co.uk
1 week ago
Trev Vennard - Shotguns issued to the bird scaring team. Triple A will usually put people off flying near airfields! With all the space in the highlands to fly these things does it need to be over active runways? They must have frequencies used to fly them, radio jammers to take them down. Unfortunately the responsible will suffer because of the idiots
1 week ago
Ross McKillop - I operated one for a while just outside Inverness CAS. The airport are very helpful if you actually speak to them! To anyone else who flies drones; please follow the CAA Drone Code and avoid controlled air space. It'll only take one incident by one idiot to result in heavy-handed regulation and restrictions.
1 week ago
Scott Barclay - I don't have the disposal income to waste money on a drone
1 week ago
Elane Bethune Henderson - Rebekah Mackenzie
        

1 week ago by Inverness Airport

Inverness Airport
Not sure if you'll see it from Inverness but worth a look
TGO Magazine
1 week ago
Janice Smith - Nicola Smith tonight
        

1 week ago by Inverness Airport

Inverness Airport
EU-LAC-MUSEUMS: Òigridh Air Iomlaid na Alba is an international research project coordinated by the University of St Andrews. The project facilitates an exciting and empowering bi-regional youth exchange between Latin America and Europe. These 6 young people from the Isle of Skye have just returned from a 17 day exchange to Costa Rica.
EU-LAC-MUSEUMS: Òigridh Air Iomlaid na Alba is an international resea
        

Events

  • First Aid at Work Initial - 3 day course

    First Aid at Work Initial - 3 day course23
    08 08:00
    Our Airport Fire Service team are rolling out some additional training courses to meet demand - these 3 day First Aid at Work courses provide an in-depth understanding of the theory and practice of first aid in the workplace.

    Course FAQs
    Who is this course aimed at?
    Anyone responsible for the first aid provision within an organisation, or who is interested in first aid

    Who are the course instructors?
    Our instructors are drawn from our highly trained Trauma Instructor team, all of whom are operational fire-fighters with significant experience in emergency response and provision of first aid in an airport-based environment.

    Each instructor also holds SVQ Assessor and Instructor qualifications.

    What is the Price of the Course?
    £180+VAT Per Person

    What is the duration of the course ?
    3 Days

    How long is the qualification valid for?
    3 Years

    Location
    Inverness Airport

    It the course externally accredited?

    Our first aid courses are developed by Trauma and Resuscitation Services Limited and approved by Qualsafe Awards, an Awarding Organisation recognised by Ofqual. Certification is provided following successful completion of the course.

    Please contact us to arrange alternative dates if required.
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  • Run the Runway for Maggie's Highlands

    Run the Runway for Maggie's Highlands26
    08 22:00
    Run the Runway for Maggie's Highlands!

    Register now at: regonline.activeeurope.com/maggieshighlandsrunrunway

    Challenge yourself and take on the 5km route of the airport’s runways at midnight on Saturday 26 August 2017.

    Run the Runway ambassador and Team GB Paralympian, Karen Darke, will join us on the night to present medals and prizes.

    This year, funds raised will go to support Maggie's Highlands, who's centres offer vital cancer care to people throughout the Highland region.

    For more info visit: http://www.hial.co.u...es-midnight-run/
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  • Emergency First Aid at Work - 1 day course

     Emergency First Aid at Work - 1 day course20
    09 08:00
    Inverness Airport is launching a range of training courses aimed at meeting local requirements, with our Airport Fire Service team applying their skills and experience to deliver to our communities and businesses high quality training at the right price.

    This Emergency First Aid at Work course conforms to HSE requirements and is a short sharp training event to include the necessary skills to deal with life-threatening emergencies in the workplace, at home or in the leisure environment. As with all our courses, the emphasis is on skills development with sound theory knowledge delivered by our Airport Fire Service trauma training team who really know their subject.

    Course FAQs

    Who is this course aimed at?

    Anyone responsible for the first aid provision within an organisation where the risk of injury is significantly lower than normal, or who is interested in a basic understanding of first aid.

    Who are the course instructors?

    Our instructors are drawn from our highly trained Trauma Instructor team, all of whom are operational fire-fighters with significant experience in emergency response and provision of first aid in an airport-based environment.

    Each instructor also holds SVQ Assessor and Instructor qualifications.

    What is the Price of the Course?

    £90+VAT Per Person

    What is the duration of the course?

    1 Day

    How long is the qualification valid for?

    3 Years

    What should I do when it expires?

    There is no requalification programme for Emergency First Aid at Work candidates; you simply complete another course before your certificate expires.

    Where is the course held?

    Inverness Airport Fire Station training facility

    Where do I park?

    In one of the airport car parks - parking is free for course attendees.

    Is this course externally accredited?

    Our first aid courses are developed by Trauma and Resuscitation Services Limited and approved by Qualsafe Awards, an Awarding Organisation recognised by Ofqual. Certification is provided following successful completion of the course.

    How do I book?

    Simply click through to the Eventbrite site to make your booking.

    Please contact us to arrange alternative dates if required.
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  • Knit and Natter - Inverness Airport

    Knit and Natter - Inverness Airport08
    10 09:30
    Join us at Inverness Airport, in the terminal building cafe, on the 8th October (Sunday before Loch Ness Knit Fest 2017) between 10.30am-2.30pm for a good ol' knit and natter. All crafting abilities welcome and you can simply drop in for as long as you like.

    Parking will be free for you on the day and there'll be a deal on coffee and cakes in the cafe to fuel our creativity!
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