I'm pleased to see that Loganair, a small Scottish airline, is to resume its daily service between Westray and Papa Westray in the Orkney Islands, north of Scotland. It'll operate between June and September, when the weather is good enough to permit scheduled airline operations, before shutting down again during the winter months. The flights will be conducted with eight-passenger Britten-Norman Islander aircraft (shown below).
The Westray-Papa Westray hop is classified as the shortest scheduled air service in the world. From start to finish, the flights last less than two minutes! Here's a video clip of the entire flight.
That's a flight I'd enjoy making, just to say I'd done it!