10 JUNE 2019
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Calling itself “Scotland’s Airline” Loganair, Britain’s longest established air carrier, is quickly building up a foothold in some of England’s most important regional airports.
Having added Londonderry to Dundee, already established at Stansted and now with Aberdeen, Glasgow and Stornoway from Southend, East Midlands is now in focus with Loganair planning to expand with 10 services a week to Brussels and six weekly rotations to Inverness from 2 September.
All services will be by Embraer ERJ jets and at Inverness some flights will connect with Loganair services to Kirkwall and Sumburgh.
Loganair is the Official Airline Partner of the Scotland Women’s National Soccer Team. It flies 70 routes over six European countries.
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