Skye Air Services Feasibility Study
Arup, in conjunction with rdc aviation, were commissioned to deliver the Skye Air Services Feasibility Study.
The study has a number of components:
To assess the demand for passenger air services between Skye and the Central Belt.
To review the feasibility, costs of development and operational costs of a number of previously studied airfield options in the context of recent developments in GPS navigation landing assistance systems.
Assess the aircraft types that might be able to operate at the developed airfield and the commercial viability of establishing regular scheduled services to the airfield.
Conduct a passenger demand survey to support the passenger demand forecast analysis.
Carry out an associated high level wider economic benefit assessment.