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Airline's hopes for new investor

Troubled Highland Airways has said it expects to make an announcement on Thursday on its position following talks with a new investor.

It has temporarily stopped taking online bookings to protect customers while seeking to end uncertainty over its future.

Daily scheduled flights, which include the Western Isles and Coll, Tiree and Colonsay, have continued to run.

The airline also operates flights between Cardiff and Anglesey in Wales.

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