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Highlands and Islands Airports Limited thanks distillery and printing group for donations of PPE and hand sanitiser

By Andrew Dixon

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Hand sanitiser and face visors have been given to Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (Hial) which remains open for lifeline and essential services during the coronavirus outbreak.

Face visors have been donated.
Face visors have been donated.

A spokesman for Hial said: "We would like to thank the Royal Brackla Distillery and the local 3D printing group for their kind donations of hand sanitiser and face visors.

"These will be used by staff as we continue to ensure that vital flights, including NHS passenger transfer, the Royal Mail, oil and gas, and any required emergency flights are accommodated.

"Community spirit at its finest!"

Related article: Airports in the Highlands to close to scheduled flights to maintain lifeline services due to coronavirus emergency

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