Loganair

Loganair: the UK’s biggest regional airline

Loganair has gone from being a relatively obscure Scottish outfit to the UK’s biggest regional airline. CEO Jonathan Hinkles tells Tara Craig how

Loganair to introduce Teesside-Dublin link next summer

This route will run alongside flights to Aberdeen, Belfast, London/Heathrow and Newquay

Loganair launches Edinburgh-Cardiff link

The new service has been re-instated after the collapse of Flybe last year, enhancing connectivity between Scotland and Wales

Loganair Isle of Man-Heathrow service cancelled

The carrier is due to halt the Isle of Man to London Heathrow link from August 11

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How Loganair is helping battle COVID-19

As the aviation industry continues to resemble a skeletal shadow of its former self, positive news is in short supply – but it is out there. Chris Smith explains how one Scottish regional airline helped fulfil an integral role in the battle against COVID-19

Loganair adds Aberdeen-Dublin link

The airline has restored the service after Stobart Air’s collapse, with plans to begin operating the connection in September

Loganair and British Airways sign codeshare agreement

The arrangement is set to enhance connectivity from Teesside Airport, with 134 global destinations available

Loganair goes carbon neutral

While it continues to work on projects to reduce its emissions, the Scottish carrier has pledged to fully offset in the interim period

42 out of 46 former Flybe domestic routes have now been restored

As 'Flybe 2.0' gains momentum, it’s been revealed that a significant proportion of its former links have been re-established in its absence

London City set to resume domestic routes ahead of summer

Flights to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee will begin shortly, resuming connectivity to the English capital