Direct Flight operate a variety of services across the UK ranging from surveillance of the North Sea in Cessna 410's to monitoring the environment in a specially adapted BAe146.
They also operate the pupil transport service from Fair Isle to Shetland in Britten Norman Islanders.
Here we are about to return the aircraft to Shetland from Aberdeen after the Shetland councillors had been at a meeting in the city and an overhaul of the aircraft had been arranged for the time she was down in Aberdeen.
Push-back at Aberdeen, Dyce, the Islander has seating for eight and is light enough for a one man cart.
Leaving Aberdeen on a Northerly departure about to turn towards Inverness.
Crossing the Moray Firth, which becomes Loch Ness in amongst the clouds behind us. The Black Isle is to the left of the aircraft.
Overflying Wick airport.
Amongst the Orkney Islands now and the oil terminal at Flotta is visible here.
Approaching Kirkwall, the airport is to the right and the town is to the left.
Turned towards Sumburgh.
Circling over the SUM VOR about to enter the DME 27 approach.
Final approach to the airport.
Parked at the airport, the councillors have gone and the airport maintenance is checking over the work done to her at Aberdeen.
Aircraft - M. Kuhnt
Skin - UKMIL.
Scenery - Scotflight Highlands and Islands.
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