There's no time to buy scratch cards or even a cheeky G&T on this flight - because it takes just two minutes to reach your destination.
The journey between Westray to Papa Westray in the northern Orkney Islands covers just 3km and costs a mere £17 single (£21 for a day return).
Passengers are encouraged to stay over on the isle of Papa Westray overnight, with reduced Loganair return fares of £14.50 if you sleep over.
And we reckon it's certainly worth a stop. Highlights for visitors to Papa Westray include the Knap of Howar (which is older than the Pyramids), a lively RSPB reserve, wild beaches and and best of all, lots of uninterrupted peace and quiet.
Ever been to the Orkney islands? Is it worth taking such a short flight? Let us know below!
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