An airline boss has revealed he is “on the warpath” in a bid to get better seating facilities at Aberdeen International Airport.
Loganair’s managing director Jonathan Hinkles told a meeting of Shetland’s external transport forum he wants improvements for passengers waiting to board.
He said: “I’m not happy with the facilities that we get at Aberdeen airport at all.
“You go out of the glitzy bit of the terminal and get stuffed at the end of a draughty corridor. It is not what you as customers are paying for.”
Mr Hinkles went on to say: “Together with MSPs for both Orkney and Shetland we are on the warpath for upgrading facilities in terms of better seating areas.”
During the meeting he also noted that aircraft punctuality was down in December, January and February – likely due to the weather conditions.
Carol Benzie, Aberdeen International Airport managing director, said: “We work very closely with Loganair as an important business partner and will seek to address any concerns they have.”
Source:: Evening Express – All articles