Scotland's airports saw a rise in passenger numbers in August, bucking the overall UK trend.
Aberdeen Airport welcomed almost 302,000 travellers - a 9.2% increase on the same month last year - and the Glasgow Airport figure rose 3.1% to around 704,000.
The majority of passengers headed to popular sunspots including the Canary Islands, Florida and Dubai.
Carriers to European cities such as Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin and Paris also reported an increase in demand, Glasgow Airport said.
Managing director Amanda McMillan said: "Our numbers were also boosted by a series of major conferences and events such as the World Pipe Band Championships which succeeded in attracting tens of thousands of visitors and competitors to Glasgow."