An ambitious £1.4 million project to "future-proof"part of Shetland’s largest airport is under way.
An unwell crewman is currently being transferred from an off-shore standby vessel after falling unwell earlier today.
Jo Swinson was denied her last chance of rallying Shetland voters yesterday after fog forced her plane to Sumburgh to turn back.
New research by The Press and Journal has found north and north-east airports had mixed fortunes during the second quarter of 2019.
Families will remember the lives of 17 men today, 40 years after they were killed in a devastating plane crash off Shetland.
Second day of strike action closes island airports as air traffic controllers ramp up bid to secure pay rise
Holiday-makers were stranded in the north yesterday as a second day of snap strikes took place in an ongoing row over air traffic controllers' pay.
A case at Lerwick Sheriff Court was deferred until June after the 24-hour air traffic control strike at Sumburgh Airport meant a defence solicitor was unable to travel to Shetland.
A plane bound for Sumburgh Airport had to return to Aberdeen yesterday morning after suffering multiple bird strikes within a minute of take-off.
An MP has condemned as “unacceptable” the delay as victims’ families await answers about a fatal helicopter crash in Shetland more than five years ago.
An island airport prepared for a serious situation at the weekend when a routine flight reported a problem.
Calls have been made for the operator of Sumburgh Airport to ditch plans to impose parking charges on passengers who left their car at the airport before December 1.
A £3 per day car parking charge at Sumburgh Airport will be introduced on December 1.
Island airport chiefs should be sacked unless they agree to hold a thorough consultation on controversial car park charges, it was claimed yesterday.
Shetland Islands Council convener Malcolm Bell has called on the isles’ community councils to write to the Scottish transport minster and Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd (Hial) to make their feelings known about controversial plans to introduce a £3 a day parking charge at Sumburgh Airport.
A row erupted yesterday over the decision by Scotland’s largest regional airport operator to impose parking charges at three of its island airports.
Councillors in Shetland are seeking urgent talks over plans to introduce parking charges at Sumburgh Airport.
Thirteen jobs have been lost at Shetland's Sumburgh Airport following Flybe’s withdrawal from routes connecting the islands to Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Fire crews were called to Sumburgh Airport tonight after smoke began to the cabin of a flight from Aberdeen.
A plane left the runway at Sumburgh Airport in Shetland earlier this year because of a pilot error, the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has ruled.
Coastal walkers in Shetland have been advised to be on their guard after a large section of cliff at Compass Hill collapsed into the sea earlier this week.
The £7.85million refurbishment of a major island airport has been completed.
Sumburgh Airport is currently closed after a Dornier 328 aircraft went off the runway and onto the grass on Thursday afternoon.
A taxi driver who dozed off at the wheel and crashed into a lamppost at Sumburgh Airport has been banned from the road and is set to lose her job.
Council leaders in Shetland have welcomed an out of court settlement with Sumburgh Airport operator HIAL which will see the local authority pay a reported £5.5 million to firm.
A curious cat which regularly visits Sumburgh Airport is becoming something of a local celebrity on social media.
A helicopter has landed safely after a full emergency was declared at Sumburgh Airport in Shetland.
Troubled airline Loganair has been urged to "come clean" over its reliability problems after the latest emergency involving a flight to the islands.
A communications blackout on Saturday caused major disruption for emergency services and resulted in Sumburgh Airport closing at lunchtime - leading to the cancellation of 11 flights.
An offshore worker is being airlifted to hospital after injuring himself on a vessel near BP’s Schiehallion oil field, west of Shetland. The man was working on the North Sea Atlantic supply ship, run by Technip UK, when the incident took place at around 3.15pm. For more details, visit our sister website, Energy Voice.
Survivors of the 2013 Super Puma crash which killed four oil workers have launched a damages claim worth more than £5million.
A brave pilot has been credited with saving his passengers, after the plane's autopilot tried to crash his plane into the North Sea.
A man has been arrested at Sumburgh Airport after he allegedly attempting to board a flight to Glasgow while carrying a weapon.