27th March 2020

Last regular scheduled flight departs from Wick

Wick is the northernmost airport in mainland Scotland, and until 2020 it provided regular, scheduled services to Aberdeen and Edinburgh. Originally a grass airfield, it got its first concrete runway during the Second World War and, in peacetime, became a scheduled terminus and stopover point for civilian services.



Other events that occured in March

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