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    Loganair frustrated as UK’s EASA withdrawal aggravates supply-chain problems


    Scottish carrier Loganair is irritated that the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency is exacerbating problems with the post-pandemic supply chain.

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    Loganair names new chief executive


    Scottish regional carrier Loganair has appointed Luke Farajallah as its new chief executive following the recent departure of Jonathan Hinkles.

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    Loganair eyes hydrogen Islander flights by 2027


    UK regional carrier Loganair hopes to be operating a hydrogen fuel cell-powered aircraft from its base in Kirkwall in the Orkney Islands by 2027 under a new agreement with Cranfield Aerospace Solutions (CAeS).

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    Scottish carrier Loganair’s chief steps down as final Saab 340 retires


    Scottish regional carrier Loganair’s chief executive, Jonathan Hinkles, is stepping down from his position with immediate effect. Hinkles has been with the carrier for over seven years. He disclosed the decision as Loganair withdrew the last of its Saab 340 turboprops, which the carrier marked with a ceremony on 25 ...

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    Loganair owners halt moves to sell carrier


    Scottish regional carrier Loganair’s shareholders Stephen and Peter Bond are to remain as owners of the company “for the foreseeable future”, a year after detailing plans to look to sell their stake.

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    Loganair to shift Derry and Dundee flights to Heathrow after securing slots


    Loganair is to shift public service obligation (PSO) routes from London to Derry and Dundee to Heathrow airport after securing slots at the latter.

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    Loganair to expand Heathrow operations after leasing slots


    UK regional carrier Loganair has reiterated its call for slots at London Heathrow airport to be made permanently available for domestic connectivity after announcing it will expand its fledgling operation at the congested hub by leasing more slots.

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    UK must preserve Heathrow slots for domestic connectivity: Loganair chief


    Loganair chief executive Jonathan Hinkles is calling on the UK government to ringfence prized London Heathrow slots held by collapsed regional airline Flybe for domestic connections.

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    Loganair chief eyes Heathrow opportunity


    Scottish regional carrier Loganair’s chief executive Jonathan Hinkles believes a shift in thinking at Heathrow airport may help support development of regional connectivity at the London hub after securing permanent slots there. Loganair began flying the Isle of Man-Heathrow route in late 2021, using slots temporarily vacated at Heathrow during ...

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    Scotland’s Loganair takes more ATRs to replace Saab 340 fleet


    Scottish carrier Loganair is to modernise its fleet, phasing out Saab 340B turboprops in favour of additional ATRs. It will introduce eight ATRs for next summer, while shedding its remaining eight 34-seat Saabs by July. The carrier says the Saabs will be replaced with 48-seat ATR 42s. Loganair states that ...

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    Contract services help Scotland’s Loganair to regain profitability


    Scottish regional carrier Loganair has generated a full-year pre-tax profit of almost £5 million ($5.6 million), reversing the previous year’s £5.6 million pre-tax loss. Loganair obtained revenues of £161 million after transporting over 910,000 passengers in the 12 months to 31 March 2022. The airline made losses for the previous ...

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    Bond brothers to put Loganair up for sale


    Long-standing owners of UK regional carrier Loganair, Stephen and Peter Bond, are to appoint advisors for the possible sale of their stake in the airline.

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    UK regional ​Loganair narrows full-year loss


    Scottish regional carrier Loganair’s turnover for the 12 months to 31 March more than halved to £81 million ($110 million) compared with the previous year, but the airline has credited its adaptability amid the Covid-19 pandemic with helping it reduce its full-year pre-tax loss.

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    Late-booking passengers mean network planning grief for airlines


    Executives at three European carriers say travel rule confusion and hesitant travellers make it impossible to prepare for winter season

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    Regional business air market has changed for good: Loganair chief


    Many companies will simply not go back to traveling the way they did before the pandemic, believes Jonathan Hinkles

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    UK airline leaders call for support and exit plan as borders tighten


    The chief executives of several UK airlines have issued a joint call for the country’s government to outline an “urgent roadmap” for the reopening of air travel, while at the same time demanding an aviation support package “that recognises the urgency and scale of the danger now facing our sector”.

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    ​Passengers booking at last minute amid Covid-19 uncertainty


    Airline booking times have “collapsed” and passengers are increasingly buying tickets at the last minute amid uncertainties over changing Covid-19 travel restrictions, making it difficult for carriers to predict how full their flights will be, panellists observed during the Airlines 2050 conference today.

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    Video captures vain attempt to halt runaway Q400 at Aberdeen


    Surveillance video footage has emerged appearing to show ground personnel vainly attempting to physically stop a Bombardier Q400 from rolling across an apron in Aberdeen, before the turboprop struck a parked regional jet. The former Flybe aircraft (G-JECK), apparently not under power and with its forward passenger airstair open, ...

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    Landing ERJ ran over ‘inconspicuous’ dropped towbar at Southend


    UK investigators believe a landing Loganair Embraer ERJ-145 ran over a towbar left on a London Southend airport runway because it did not have any markings to increase its visibility to inspectors. The towbar had been inadvertently left attached to the nose-wheel of a Cessna P210N light aircraft which ...

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    Loganair Saab 340 restores commercial flights at Carlisle


    ​Scottish operator Loganair has commenced services from Carlisle Lake District airport, the first commercial flights from the north-west UK airport in over a quarter of a century.