A new bus route could be introduced so north-east holidaymakers can reach Aberdeen airport.
Stagecoach North Scotland (SNS) has announced plans to start running a 747 service linking to Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) using the AWPR.
The new route would introduce airport connections from Peterhead, Cruden Bay, Ellon, Kingswells, Stonehaven and Montrose.
The firm wants to introduce the service on November 12, but is keen for members of the public to give their views before it reaches a decision.
Managing director of the firm David Liston said: “Following on from the success of our previous consultations, we are seeking customer feedback on our network in Aberdeenshire and Moray before services are registered.”
SNS is also considering running buses more often between Ellon Park and Ride and Aberdeen, and more frequent services between Peterhead and Aberdeen on Sundays, so they run every 30 minutes.
Under the proposals, the 54 and the 62 serving Ellon would combine to become the 54/54X/N54.
The 14, X17, 37 and X37, which service Kingswells, Westhill and Inverurie, would have their timetables changed to make them more punctual, and the 14, linking the city with Kingswells, along with the 15A, linking Aberdeen with Airyhall, would start running on Sundays.
More morning buses would run on the 10 route from Huntly to Aberdeen and more evening buses would run on the 35 bus from Aberdeen to Elgin in the evenings.
The 35 route would also be changed so it sometimes calls at Deveron Community and Sports Centre near Banff Academy.
The proposed changes can be seen at stagecoachbus.com – feedback is welcomed to email@example.com by September 21.