Labour’s David Stewart and Rhoda Grant are supporting constituents who want to see Wick air routes ring-fenced and protected for the future.
Controversial top secret flights carrying Dounreay’s deadly nuclear waste from Scotland to the USA resumed at the weekend.
Scotland’s top prosecutor has signalled that a five-year probe into CIA “torture flights” at north and north-east airports could continue until the US hands over a secret report.
A plane carrying weapons-grade nuclear waste to the US left the Highlands the day after the UK’s terror threat level was raised to “critical.”
Anti-nuclear campaigners will meet in Moray to press for alternatives to transporting radioactive waste through the region.
Police were under fire last night as their investigation into the use of north and north-east airports for CIA "torture flights" rumbles on towards its fifth year.
Road around Wick Airport will be regularly shut over the next 18 months so nuclear waste can be taken be flown to the US.
US authorities have still not agreed to hand over an uncensored report into CIA torture to help the police investigation into the use of Scottish airports for extraordinary rendition.
A police investigation into whether CIA torture flights used Scottish airports is to study new US Senate revelations.
A bronze statue has been unveiled at a Highland airport to commemorate the first passenger flight in the region.
The first passenger flight in the Highlands will be commemorated this afternoon.