Billionaire businessman Donald Trump flew from Aberdeen Airport this week after visiting the area to consult on plans for a number of developments in the area.
The tycoon has made proposals to open two golf courses, build homes and construct a new luxury hotel to join the range of airport hotels already on offer to Aberdeen visitors.
Mr Trump said he was "delighted" to have paid another visit to Aberdeen and described it as "a real pleasure" to come to Scotland.
He also expressed hope that his proposals could lead to "the finest golf course anywhere in the world".
Aberdeen Airport managing director Kevin Brown said: "We were delighted to again welcome Donald Trump to Aberdeen.
"Everyone at the airport has been supporting the golf resort development as we believe this will bring major benefits to this region and to the whole of Scotland."
A formal review is being carried out on Mr Trump’s proposals that will conclude with the Scottish government making a decision on the potential developments.