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News

Loganair secures new 4-year Inter-Isles contract

Loganair (LM/LOG) has secured a new Public Service Obligation (PSO) contract to operate an Inter-Isles air service for the Orkney Islands for another 4 years The air links connect the islands of North Ronaldsay, Papa Westray, Westray, Sanday, Stronsay and Eday with Kirkwall and are considered a life line by [read more]

Loganair shows off new corporate livery on a Saab 340
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Loganairs Scottish Intercity service

Loganair (LM/LOG) now has a service between Scotlands two biggest cities, Glasgow and Edinburgh. The 30min flight (including taxi time) will set you back around £94 but could see people avoiding having to drive on the M8 and then not having to worry about parking in either city. Travel from [read more]

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Air Safety

Man dies in Scottish gyrocopter crash

Police Scotland has confirmed that the pilot of a gyrocopter has died after his aircraft went down near Avoch at 12:55pm. The pilot was pronounced dead at the scene by emergency services. He was the sole occupant of the gyrocopter. A spokesperson from the Air Accidents Investigation Bureau (AAIB) has [read more]

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Civil Aviation

Eastern Airways resumes flights from Southampton & Teesside

Eastern Airways (T3/EZE) has resumed flights from Southampton & Teesside Airports today as it looks to slowly build back up its flight programme. Starting today the Southampton (SOU/EGHI) to Belfast City (BHD/EGAC), Manchester (MAN/EGCC) and Newcastle (NCL/EGNT) routes have restarted as well as Teesside (MME/EGNV) to Aberdeen (ABZ/EGPD) and Belfast [read more]

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Civil Aviation

Scotland’s Airports on the front line

When you think of Scottish airports you probably think of Glasgow and Edinburgh, maybe Aberdeen if you are in the oil business. You may remember the “transatlantic gateway’ at Prestwick, but that’s it right?  I’d guess that most people would be surprised to discover that there are actually another twelve [read more]

Civil Aviation

Loganair converts aircraft for COVID-19 patients

Loganair (LM/LOG) has announced it is converting aircraft to carry COVID-19 patients in isolation pods. The airline is working closely with the Scottish Ambulance Service to provide air ambulance capability and the transfer of patients with COVID-19. A de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter (G-SGTS), which will be based at [read more]

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News

KLM and Loganair enter codeshare agreement

KLM (KL/KLM) and Loganair (LM/LOG) have today announced that they have entered into a codeshare agreement connecting regional Scotland to KLM’s extensive worldwide network. Under the agreement passenger flying in from remote areas such as the Orkney Islands, Shetland Islands and the Scottish Western Isles will be able to connect [read more]