Delightful puffins, playful otters, and miniature ponies are some of the attractions of the Shetland Isles. These Shetland Isles flights take nature lovers, sightseers, and adventurers to these scenic islands.
Sumburgh Airport at the south of the Shetland Isles is the initial destination. The airport’s “quiet room” can soothe nerves frayed by a particularly bumpy flight, or maybe a cup of hot brew from the café might do the trick. First-time visitors can plan their itinerary with help from the tourist information point, or they can simply check the web using the airport’s broadband Internet service.
British Airways offers inexpensive Shetland Isles flights through its Premium Economy Class, World Traveller Plus. Among its perks are personal seatback monitors, reclining seats with adjustable headrests and leg rests, and an allowance of two pieces of hand baggage. They also offer a spa treatment, in partnership with Elemis skin and body care. British Airways has been going green for years, using only products which comply with high environmental standards, and developing technologies to decrease air, water, and noise pollution. "Airline of the Year" in 2006 (World Airline Awards), BA has been cruising the skies since World War I.
“Spend less, fly more” on Europe’s largest regional low-cost airline, Flybe. This environmentally friendly carrier uses new planes with reduced carbon emissions and increased fuel efficiency. With Shetland Isles flights on Flybe, passengers are afforded more leg room than on any other UK budget airline. Seats are pre-selected, while check-in luggage with a maximum of 20kg and a piece of hand luggage with a maximum of 10kg are allowed. Flybe also has the UK's most generous frequent flyer programme, Rewards4all. With eight economy return flights, a free return flight is awarded.