A daring charity race down an airport runway is to return for its second year.
Last summer, more than 250 people braved the two-mile midnight dash around the Aberdeen Airport airfield to raise money for good causes.
It was the first time the event had been held since 2013.
This year, the run is once again being organised by the airport and CHC Helicopter, and will benefit Befriend a Child and Veterans with Dogs.
Registration to take part is scheduled to open tonight.
Steve Szalay, Aberdeen Airport managing director, said: “Last year’s event was a huge success. We thoroughly enjoyed welcoming more than 250 runners to our runway.
“This year, participants will have the opportunity to run in the height of summer just after the longest day.
“We’d encourage runners of all abilities to apply for a space in the most exclusive running event in the region.”
Mark Abbey, regional director for CHC Helicopter, said: “Building on the success of last year’s race, we’re delighted to be able to support the Runway Run and raise much needed funds for local charities.”
Tickets cost £25, with a target sponsorship of £100 per participant, and will be available from 6pm on Monday at aberdeenrunwayrun.co.uk.