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Article from BTNews 29 NOVEMBER 2021

Channel Islands Scottish partnership

New partnership brings boost for UK regional air connectivity.

A new partnership, between leading UK regional airlines Loganair, Aurigny and Blue Islands, will take off in 2022 as the airlines widen their relationships to offer more seamless travel connections across their route networks, aim to coordinate their benefits for frequent flyers, and launch a new programme of co-operation to harness their collective buying power.

Existing partnerships between Loganair and Blue Islands and Aurigny will be strengthened and a new partnership for connecting flights linking the networks of Loganair and Aurigny will be introduced.

This will open-up a wide range of connections to and from Guernsey in particular, offering new links to the north of England, Scotland and the Isle of Man via airports including Birmingham, Bristol and Manchester, where the airlines’ networks meet. Existing links between the Loganair and Blue Islands networks – centred on Southampton and Manchester today – will also be expanded and new one-stop connections such as Aberdeen to Guernsey and Isle of Man to the Channel Islands will provide frequent year-round travel options on a single ticket.

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