Loganair Saab 340 gets water cannon salute at Carlisle Airport launch

Flights suspended from Carlisle Airport

Loganair (LM/LOG) is suspending all flights from Carlisle Lake District Airport from the 27th March in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. The airline, which is the airports only commercial operator, has already suspended its Dublin service but now London Southend and Belfast City will join the suspension leaving the airport [read more]

Loganair shows off new corporate livery on a Saab 340

Carlisle Airport suspends start of Scheduled flights

Carlisle Lake District Airport (CAX/EGNC) has been forced to suspend the start of scheduled flight operations due to what it calls a ” global shortage of qualified air traffic control staff”. Loganair was due to begin scheduled services to London Southend, Dublin and Belfast City on the 4th June but this suspension [read more]


Loganair announces Carlisle routes

Scottish airline, Loganair (LM/LOG) has said it plans to launch flights from Carlisle Airport (CAX/EGNC) from June 2018. The flights will be the first scheduled routes from the airport in 25 years after it was given a new lease of life by the Stobart Group. Loganair will operate three routes to [read more]