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AGS chief executive urges the Scottish Government to help entice airlines to continue with pre-pandemic routes

AGS chief executive Derek Provan has warned that Scotland is at risk of losing its connectivity to the rest of the world if the Scottish Government fails to act decisively and soon.

The boss of the group with includes Glasgow and Aberdeen airports explained that the nation's crucial direct flight routes were at risk.

The views are shared by Edinburgh Airport chief executive Gordon Dewar, who recently predicted that unless urgent action is taken, Scotland will support fewer direct routes in the future, with individuals and businesses forced to fly or export goods through London or European hub airports.

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