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Article from BTNews 14 SEPTEMBER 2015

bmi and Loganair to rationalise

Following the recent creation of Airline Investments Ltd (AIL), combining the separate bmi regional and Loganair brands, the group plans to consolidate its headquarters under one location at East Midlands Airport.

bmi regional will relocate its engineering facilities to Bristol, the origin of the majority of its routes.

Loganair would take over the current bmi regional hangar at Aberdeen Airport for its fleet to underpin the sustainable development of both carriers within their core home markets.

Peter Simpson, Group CEO of AIL, said: “These proposed changes within the Group enhance both sister airlines and offer natural efficiencies and economies of scale that will strengthen both carriers within their home markets.  They provide additional infrastructure to continue delivering the highest operational standards.

By dedicating hangar space and expanding other services there, and by dedicating hangar space to Loganair in Aberdeen, we will continue to maximise growth opportunities and strengthen our presence in established markets."  www.companiesintheuk.co.uk/ltd/airline-investments

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