Report on the potential social and cultural impact of a reopened Skye Airport.
Baxter, Graeme; Bloice, Lyndsay; Gray, David
This report presents the results of desk-based research that explored the potential social and cultural impact of the reintroduction of scheduled passenger services at the Broadford airfield on the Isle of Skye, where services ceased in 1988. The report is designed to complement the work of the Skye Air Service Short Life Working Group, created to progress proposals to establish a scheduled service between Skye and Scotland’s Central Belt.
|Report Type||Project Report|
|Publication Date||Jul 31, 2018|
|Institution Citation||BAXTER, G., BLOICE, L. and GRAY, D. 2018. Report on the potential social and cultural impact of a reopened Skye Airport. SPARA 2020 project: WP7 Additional Buget Deliverable.|
|Keywords||Skye Airport; Socio-cultural impact; Remote areas; Peripheral areas|
BAXTER 2018 Report on the potential
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