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Stornoway Airport

Stornoway Airport is an airfield outside the town of Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis, off the coast of Scotland. The RAF maintained a base at the airport until 1998.

Stornoway Airport is owned by the Highlands and Islands Airports Limited, a company controlled by the Scottish Executive. The airfield was first opened in 1937, and used mainly for military purposes. NATO aircraft used the airport for missions over the North Atlantic and for stop overs to Greenland and the United States.

Nowadays the airfield is mainly used for passenger services, HM Coastguard, and Royal Mail.

Scheduled Services fly to the following destinations: