Vlogger films world’s shortest passenger flight

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Vlogger films world’s shortest passenger flight” – below is their description.

A travel vlogger has documented his trip on the world’s shortest – and technically most expensive – flight in one single video clocking in at one minute and 14 seconds.

Noel Philips, 41, shot the video flying between the islands of Papa Westray and Westray in the Scottish archipelago of Orkney – which is just 1.7 miles (2.7 kilometres).

But it doesn’t come cheap and is dubbed one of the most expensive flights in the world due to its short distance and price tag of £17.

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