Airline to terminate London link4 January 2008
Airline bmi is to terminate its daily return service between Inverness and London Heathrow because of a lack of bookings.
The company said flights on the route, which was launched in March 2004, would end on 29 March.
Lib Dem MP Danny Alexander said it was a “disgraceful decision” to close the city’s only link to Heathrow.
Scottish Transport Minister Stewart Stevenson is seeking a meeting with the airline to urge a rethink on the move.