HIALHighlands and Islands Airports Ltd. (Scotland, UK)
HIALHighlands and Islands Airports Limited (UK)
HIALHyderabad International Airport Limited
HIALHigh Intensity Approach Lighting (aviation)
HIALHealth Information Access Layer (Interface Specification for Electronic Health Records)
HIALHamilton International Airport Limited (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)
HIALHepatic Intra-Arterial Lipiodol
HIALHierro y Aluminio (Spanish: Iron and Aluminum)
References in periodicals archive ?
The t-statistics for the base equation, Model 1, indicate statistical confidence at the 95 percent level or higher for all variables except HIAL.
John Hay, west regional manager at HIAL, said: "We believe the move has increased tourist traffic and enabled people to return home to the islands for a weekend and be back on the mainland in time for work on a Monday morning.
Successful replications for NOAL treatments ranged from three to six depending on the set employed and for HIAL treatments replications ranged from five to eight.
A blend of increasing overseas routes and an unrivalled range of services to London and domestic locations has proved to be a winning combination Gordon Dewar, Edinburgh Airport (below)It's no secret that the oil and gas industry remains volatile and - while it's still difficult to offer firm predictions on how economic factors will progress - we are seeing a steady flow of business travel David Robertson, Direct Travel (below)The past year has been one of significant growth in passenger figures across the HIAL group, illustrating customer demand Inglis Lyon, HIAL (below)
However, it is HIAL that is in fact the largest airport group in the UK in terms of the number of airports it operates, even if annual traffic for the group only total just over one million (1,334,662 in the last financial year ending March 31 2008).
For set 3 under HIAL conditions, the W statistic (Shapiro-Wilkes test.
HIAL managing director Inglis Lyon has witnessed the popularity of the region and in particular the influx of people into Inverness, as it maintains its position as one of the fastest growing cities in terms of economy and population in the UK.
Regional official Donald Munro said: "Our issue is with the Scottish Government, not with HIAL.
Ryanair pulled out of plans last year to fly to Stornoway after demanding HIAL upgrade the airport and scrap landing charges of pounds 13 a passenger.
CMAL and HIAL are owned by the Scottish Government with Scottish Ministers the sole shareholder of both companies.
Not that HIAL has been sitting around waiting for BA to venture back north.
HIAL, who operate 11 regional airports across the country, recorded a five per cent growth in passenger numbers in the first six months of 2012.