HIAL compliance rated ‘very poor’

07 May 2011 MSP pictured in the garden lobby during the MSP registration session. Pic - Andrew Cowan/Scottish Parliament

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Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL), the Scottish Government-owned company that runs Scotland’s remote, rural and island airports, has been criticised by Highlands and Islands Green MSP John Finnie after Inverness Airport had its environmental compliance rated ‘very poor’ by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency for the fourth year in succession.

HIAL was one of 32 organisations across the country to receive this rating.