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Oban Airport has too many restrictions


May I congratulate Argyll and Bute Council on its investment in Oban Airport? It is without doubt one of the best equipped general aviation (GA) airports in the north-west of Scotland, with an excellent runway and terminal, and the staff are extremely helpful.

I, like many of my acquaintances, fly small GA aircraft extensively for private business and leisure purposes. We use modern, well-equipped aircraft as a serious mode of transport in day/night under visual flight rules (VFR) and instrument flight rules (IFR) conditions.

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