Some great photos have been shared over the past couple of months. At this stage the website is only including ones where the aircraft registration can be identified. I hope at some point in the future to include an ‘Unknown
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This update has been a long time coming, four months to be exact. In that time there have been a number of great posts on the Facebook Group and a few things going on around Sumburgh Airport.
Even though the photographers have been out in force as seen in the above photo by John Moncrieff, November has been a quieter month for new additions. VH-MEH appears
This month has brought a healthy number of additions to the archives, two-thirds of which are from David Westwood with his collection of photos mostly from the early 90’s. The resident plane-spotters
September has been a quieter month on the update front (partly due to my laziness). Many thanks to everybody for the photos this month, in particular Norman Leask and
August has come and gone and the updates keep rolling in. I have fixed the random photo widget so that it shouldn’t show broken images any more. I also added a few little menu icons to pretty things up a
Loganair has a long history with Shetland. They were founded on the 1st February 1962 and started flying into Shetland in 1969 before offering their first inter-island flights in May 1970.
July has been a busy month, added a page allowing visitors to search for aircraft by Registration. The plan is to build on this at some point with full search functionality for aircraft type etc… Also added a Random Photo
SHETLAND CRASH LOG Loss of aircraft in WWII Compiled by David Hanson 116 Copgrove Road Leeds West Yorkshire LS8 2RS (03/11/1993) RETYPED BY CRAIG ROBERTSON (Keeping original text layout and grammar) 15/04/2003 SHETLAND CRASH LOG By David Hanson This