The Scottish Government was asked to engage in controversial plans for a remote navigation system at the Highlands and Islands airports.
The Western Isles MP, Angus Brianan MacNeil, said this decision is too big for the HIAL board.
Earlier HIAL reported on the month that flights of seven regional airports in Scotland will be guided by one base.
It is not yet known where it will be.
He manages a plane guide for Inverness airports, Sumburgh, Dundee, Wick John O’Groats House, Kirkehill, Stornoway and Benbecula.
The Prospect Union has raised concerns about the plans already.
They said that the change could affect people’s safety and people’s jobs.
HIAL said that the situation will not change if it is not safe.
They reported that they are trying to arrange a sustainable air service
Mr MacNeil said he met HIAL about the case and has a number of questions.
He said he understands that the development will cost around £ 130m, rather than £ 28m.
And Mr MacNeil is worried about the impact on islander areas if the job of losing guides.
“In terms of community and remote areas, these jobs in Benbecula and Stornoway are good and are suited”, said Mr MacNeil.
“HIAL does not say they’re doing this for cutting off staff. My care is, however, that they are going to spend the same thing, but they are going to pull jobs out of Benbecula and Stornoway.
“The Government needs to take a social look at this.
“HIAL talks about spending £ 130m. That’s the sum that is too big for the HIAL board and it’s a Government look that must be done,” he said.
According to Mr MacNeil, if there is evidence that the new system will make use, the new management center should be established in the Western Isles
The railway line between Mallaig and Fort William is closed after your train crosses the border in the landslide between Arisaig and Glenfinnan.
The crash happened on Monday morning.
It is recognized that five passengers were aboard and injured.
Scotrail reported that tons of debris were down on the line.
They said that there will be no more services between Mallaig and Fort William on Monday.
They have set buses for travelers.
Ben Nevis requires a pedestrian, and the police say that the mountain is very challenging weather.
Lochaber Mountain Rescue Team helped two men off Ben Nevis’s top around 6:00 p.m. Sunday, after the men were told earlier this afternoon they were in trouble.
The third man in the group is still missing.
Battleship and risk from snowflakes on activists rescued to stop the person at night.
Police Scotland said they were hoping that efforts would start again on a Monday morning, but that would depend on the weather.
They require any climbers or walkers who may be able to contact information.
Sabhal Mòr Ostaig reported that John Norman MacLeod, Deputy Principal and Education Director, will leave his post at the end of July this year.
Mr MacLeod has been in charge of SMO’s education since 1983.
He is the longest member of staff except Christina Primrose, who started a previous year.
Mr MacLeod has helped generations of students from his inception.
His work has been highly commended over the years.
“John Norman is not able to mention what John Norman has done over 35 years and his service can not be valued for the College and the language,” said Professor of Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Dr. Boyd Robertson.
“John Norman is at the heart of the College and has been at the heart of the College’s life and work. He is the College’s backbone and is not easy to find.”
SMO Board Chairman, Angus MacLeod, said that people think of Iain Tormod when they hear a description of Sabhal Mòr Ostaig.
“It is under the guidance that all courses offered by the College have been devised and designed. A person who is gifted, wise, intelligent and enthusiastic,” said Angus Macleod.
Boyd Robertson has already confirmed that he will be resigning in the summer.
So, Sabhal Mòr Ostaig will have high-level changes.
Angus MacLeod acknowledged that “it’s difficult to think about Sabhal Mòr without John Norman and Boyd”.
“The Bòrd needs to look at a new future for Sabhal Mòr Ostaig. It is the opportunity for the next generation to lead the new development that will be at the College.
“We will be looking for two of the College’s leadership, with the skills and features that will be tailored to enhance the prestigious work of John Tormod and Boyd for the College, and for the wider Gaelic language,” he said.
Fishermen ‘s agents asked for a fishing boat that sank into Loch Fyne to be built off the seabed.
Two men still need after the Nancy Glen sunk this week.
Duncan MacDougall and Przemek Krawczyk were living in Tarbert.
Another man who was on board was helped.
The Clyde Fisheries Society has now set up a fund in order to build the Nancy Glen off the bottom of the loch.
They hope that the inspectors will pick up the boat, but if that does not happen, they will try.
The society said it was a sad situation, and they aim to raise enough money to build the boat and return their bodies to their families.
The group also reported that they are in contact with the Navy to use their technology.