Shetland News shetnews.co.uk 02 May, 2021 10:30 am

No immediate return of Sunday papers despite airline increasing schedule

No immediate return of Sunday papers despite airline increasing schedule
THERE appears to be no prospect of Sunday newspapers being on offer across Shetland any time soon despite airline Loganair increasing the frequency of flights to Sumburgh. The papers are thought to have been largely off limits for the last number of months due to Loganair's...

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Support Shetland NewsLoganair’s timetable will change from 3 May to reflect tourist travel opening up again, but a spokesperson said the delivery of Sunday papers remains unviable.

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