Loganair is a Scottish regional airline. It mainly operates to destinations in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The airline has the goal to offer passengers the friendliest and most professional service on every journey. Loganair can be seen as the flag carrier of Scotland.
Loganair is a subsidiary of the Airline Investment Limited (AIL) group. The airline has over 800 employees. Loganair has a codeshare agreement with two British carriers, British Airlines and Flybe.
- Parent company
- Airline Investments Limited (AIL)
- Glasgow Airport
Loganair was founded in 1962 by Willie Logan. The airline started its first operations one year later, in 1963. In 1967, Loganair started its operation between the Orkney island Kirkwall and smaller Orkney islands. Later, in 1983, Loganair was acquired by British Midland Airways. Eleven years later, Loganair became a franchisee of British Airways, this collaboration lasted for about 15 years. At that time Flybe became its new partner. In 2017, Loganair decided to start operating under its own brand. In the same year, the airline signed a codeshare agreement with British Airways.
- Loganair operates world’s shortest between the Orkney Islands Westray and Papa Westray. The flight distance is just over 2.5 km.
Fly and Fly Flex passengers are permitted to bring 1 piece of cabin luggage with a maximum weight of 6 kg. Fly Flex+ passengers can bring an additional personal item, for example, a laptop bag. Speaking about hold luggage, Fly and Fly Flex passengers can usually carry up to 20 kg while Fly Flex+ passengers can bring 30 kg. Please note that for some destinations the maximum weight is limited to 15 kg. Please consult website Loganair for more information.
The airline does not offer in-flight Wi-Fi services.
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