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Airline joins Gaelic Rings trail

An airline has become a partner of a ferry operator's tourism project promoting Gaelic language and culture.

Highland Airways has joined Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) in its Cearcaill na Gaidhlig, or Gaelic Rings, initiative.

Launched in 2007, it is a trail of six routes and takes in islands from Islay to Lewis and the mainland area from Kennacraig to Ullapool.

Several hundreds businesses - including restaurants, bars and guest houses - are also involved.

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