Loganair to take over the Isle of Man to London City service

A Loganair Saab at London City Airport (Image: Aviation Media Agency)
A Loganair Saab at London City Airport (Image: Aviation Media Agency)

Loganair (LM/LOG) has confirmed it is taking over full control of the Isle of Man to London City from British Airways from 1st September 2020.

The route is already operated by Loganair but tickets are sold by British Airways.

Loganair’s Chief commercial officer Kay Ryan said:  “We understand the importance of this route, and we are pleased to assist the Isle of Man and London by stepping in to ensure this vital link continues uninterrupted.

“Whilst flights are not yet available to book past October 31, we do hope to be able to extend our travel window in the not too distant future.

The daily flight will continue to be served by a 49-seat ATR42-500.

Passengers who had booked to fly with British Airways after 1st September should contact British Airways for a refund and rebook directly at loganair.com

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