Loganair flights for the Western Isles face disruption for the second half of this
week due to bad weather.
Storm-force winds and rain are likely on Wednesday while high winds, low temperatures
and snowfall are predicted for Friday.
If the weather is as forecast, it is likely there will be some disruption to air
travel on routes within Scotland warns the airline.
The company said it would do “everything that it safely can” to fly customers to
their intended destination as close to the scheduled time as possible.
It is continuing to plan to operate all scheduled services, and has standby aircraft
and crews in place to help recover any disrupted services as soon as reasonably possible
once weather conditions permit.
If passengers are booked to travel between Wednesday and Friday they can re-book
on an alternative flight at any time within the next seven days from today with no
change fee or difference in fare payable.
Bad weather set to disrupt Western Isles air services