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BEA NESS:   Regional airport

Local map
Local map
Google Earth © view
Google Earth © view
Sanday area map
Sanday area map


Note:  These three pictures were kindly provided by Mr Michael T Holder





 

Location:  About 1.5nm SW of the present day SANDAY airport

Period of operation:  1934 to ?   (WW2 perhaps?)


NOTES:  It appears that on the 6th August 1934 E.E. (Ted) Fresson landed on Sanday in a field adjacent to the Kettletoft Hotel, and, this would later become the Landing Ground for the island.

If anybody can kindly offer advice, this will be most welcome.  



 

 

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