Stornoway Airport is the main airlink to the Isle of Lewis.
Stornoway is the principal town on the island of Lewis in the Western Isles. The town is situated about 10 minutes drive from the airport and is a bustling port with attractions such as An Lanntair Art Gallery, Lewis Loom Centre and the Museum nan Eilean.
Loganair operate flights to Stornoway from Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness. Flights from Stornoway to Aberdeen are run by Eastern Airways.
Connecting flights are available from London to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Inverness, and from other cities around the UK and Europe.
Stornoway is the ideal location from which to explore the islands of Lewis and Harris, both of which boast dramatic scenery, rich history, abundant wildlife and white sandy beaches. There is a wide range of accommodation available from B&Bs to castles and Hebridean hospitality is well known for its warmth and generosity.