The hotel immortalised by the Burt Lancaster film Local Hero will close its doors for what could be the final time in August.
Scottish airline Loganair said yesterday it had beefed up its top management team in advance of it flying solo after 24 years of working under franchise deals with other operators.
The sibling duo behind two of biggest operators of flights from Scottish airports have waived loan interest charges worth nearly £1.5million, allowing the parent company to stay profitable.
Scottish airline Loganair will fly solo to and from north and north-east airports after the collapse of an eight-year-old franchise deal with Flybe.
Aberdeen-based airline bmi regional has parted company with the man who oversaw its transformation into an independent business.