Transport Forum

The Tiree Transport Forum is in the process of re-constituting itself.

It is an independent body, with representation from the community council and administered by the Tiree Community Development Trust.

We want the Forum to represent the views of all users of the ferry and air services, whether commercial or private.

If you would like to be on the Forum, please contact Phyl Meyer at

Dr John Holliday 17 January 2023

Minutes of past meetings of the Tiree Transport Forum

Transport Forum Meeting Minutes 8 Feb 2018

Transport Forum Meeting Minutes 10 Oct 2018

Transport Forum Meeting Draft Minutes OCT 18



Banked Flights : Now agreed with Loganair .Click on this link: –


The following announcement was made by Transport Scotland (6 Sept 2019) 

The contract to operate the Scottish Government-supported flights to and from Barra, Tiree and Campbeltown has been awarded to Loganair.

The new contract, which will run from the 25th October and for the next four years, is worth around £21m.

The routes from Glasgow to the three airports will be operated using HIAL’s Twin Otter DHC6-400 planes.

The service improvements that were announced earlier this year have been built into the new contract.

Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity Michael Matheson said:

“I’m very pleased to award the contract to operate these vital air links for the next four years to Loganair.

“We have listened to local communities to find out what we could do better and the improvements we announced earlier this year have been built into this new contract to make sure we are supporting them.

“These flights transport people, goods and services, playing a crucial role for service industries and ensuring that residents have access to specialist healthcare. They also enable visitors to reach the islands easily, boosting local tourism.

“I congratulate Loganair on winning this contract and l look forward to seeing these enhanced services bring benefits to the communities they serve.”

Loganair Managing Director Jonathan Hinkles said:

“I’m delighted that Loganair has been selected as the operator to maintain these vital air services, continuing our record of service to the three communities which first began in 1974.

“The award of this new contract represents a vote of confidence in the Loganair team to maintain these lifeline links for a further four years, and we will do all that we can to ensure that confidence is upheld.”