Validation date: 20 12 2010
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60°22'36"N 0°55'37"W

runway: 02/20 - 460m/1500ft - gravel

Whalsay air field is an airfield on the island of Whalsay in Shetland in Scotland. 
The airfield was built in 1972 in an attempt to break the isolation of the Shetlands. Scheduled services are flown to remote airfields using Britten-Norman Islanders. The only service here is from Tingwall on Shetland mainland.
The airfield only has a runway, there are no other facilities.

Whalsay airfield in 2008 (Google Earth)