Non-stop, of course

It’s the shortest regularly scheduled airline route on earth:

Loganair has numerous flights in and out of the Orkneys, but this particular route is the shortest. Schedules and fares are subject to change without notice.

Personal note: I once flew from Tulsa to Oklahoma City, a distance of about 110 miles. Took about sixteen minutes. Then again, this was before all the new methods of inconveniencing air travelers.

(Via Miss Cellania.)

3 comments

  1. McG »

    12 October 2017 · 10:19 pm

    PSA used to fly (when it existed) from Sacramento to SFO. Probably a bit farther by air than the city-to-city 85 miles by I-80.

  2. Roy »

    13 October 2017 · 8:29 am

    I once flew on a commercial airliner from Cincinnati to Dayton, Ohio – about 50 miles. It was part of a connecting flight from Cincinnati to Dayton and then on to Minneapolis/St Paul. I flew several times from Cincinnati to Louisville on Delta’s regional airline. (ComAir, I think it was.) That was about 80 miles and was a regularly scheduled commuter route.

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