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Loganair Orkney Island Sightseer Flight

Kirkwall Airport, Kirkwall KW15 1TH, Scotland
+44 1856 872494
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Beautiful views from Orkney

We managed to book 2 seats on a sunny day, to fly from Kirkwall to North Ronaldsay and Westray... read more

Reviewed September 9, 2016
Helena M
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Lisbon, Portugal
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Great wee flight

Just arrived back from Kirkwall, (apart from captain) crews solo member Margaret, was friendly and... read more

Reviewed May 24, 2016
Ssdaz
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Kirkwall Airport, Kirkwall KW15 1TH, Scotland
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Reviewed September 9, 2016 via mobile

We managed to book 2 seats on a sunny day, to fly from Kirkwall to North Ronaldsay and Westray & Papay. All together the flights took around 30 minutes, and it was a great program. You can enjoy the beautiful views and fly the shortest...More

1  Thank Helena M
Reviewed May 24, 2016 via mobile

Just arrived back from Kirkwall, (apart from captain) crews solo member Margaret, was friendly and professional throughout my flight. She was polite and well mannered and work continuously to ensure all travels were comfortable throughout the flight. As I was situated at the front work...More

1  Thank Ssdaz
Reviewed April 15, 2016

Quirky but unique, is the World's shortest scheduled passenger flight between Papaw Westray and Westray. The flight is done in a Britten Norman Islander and you are able to see the same view as the Pilot as you approach the landing strips. Well worth doing...More

1  Thank rphood2004
Reviewed May 29, 2015

If you like Orkney don't miss flying to Papa Westray (Papay) in the North Isles. Stay the night on Papay and the flight cost is around £21 return. Get away from it all. Great fun, great views. You wont regret it!

1  Thank svt6666
Reviewed May 26, 2015

Get out to the airport. No.4 bus. Inter Island flight to Westray and papa Westray. Czech in (yes he is), supermarket bags not suitcases weighed. Small 8 seater. Views to die for. Land a couple of times. Then back to Kirkwall having seen all of...More

Thank sandra w
Reviewed May 1, 2015

some of the best views of orkney are from the air ,flying at only 1000 feet so you are close enough to see in someones garden. the longest trip is about 15 mins in the air. so next time in kirkwall do yourself a favour...More

1  Thank roadsideshop
Reviewed July 18, 2014

We took the 1530 round trip flight. We could not have asked for a better day - bright sunshine, blue sky and sea. Really great colours - let's hope the photos do them justice. The two islands we landed on Sanday and Stronsay were pretty...More

1  Thank Incartek
Reviewed May 3, 2014

Having got married the day before I didn't think anything could top that but Loganair did! (Sorry husband) We took the round trip from Kirkwall landing at Westray and Papa Westray thereby claiming another certificate - one that didn't have to be registered with the...More

Thank patricia1032
Reviewed April 15, 2014

The sightseeing flight wasn't available, but the wonderfully helpful Loganair staff explained how it could be done. To start and finish at Kirkwall involves three flights and one has to find a space when seats are available on all three 'legs' (obviously). The flights run...More

1  Thank cnocspeireag
Reviewed September 27, 2012

One of our family had heard of the shortest flight from Papay Westray to Westray and so we planned a day to include it. We got a ferry to Westray and then the bus up the island to top to get another smaller ferry to...More

3  Thank Nick D
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thetravellingmanUk
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Response from Helena M | Reviewed this property |
If you seat at the front(which I think is better) you might have to get off the plain to let other passengers out.but it will be very briefly , for one minute or two!
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