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Loganair is a Scottish regional airline, serving over 40 destinations across the wider UK and Europe. Since the collapse of Flybe, Loganair has become the UK's largest regional airline by both passenger numbers and fleet size. 8 countries. Founded in 1962 in Glasgow, Loganair operated services under franchise agreements for both British Airways and the now-defunct airline Flybe. The airline also operates under its own corporate identity operating Loganair services across the UK and Europe from 1st September 2017. Loganair has been awarded Public Service Obligation contracts from both the Scottish and UK governments to operate services to remote parts of Scotland. These routes are often subsidised by the government to allow connections to remote regions of the country. Six of the Scottish routes served by Loganair include; Glasgow to Barra, Campbeltown, Tiree, Stornoway to Benbecula, Dundee to Stansted and the Inter Orkney Isles, are designated Public Service Obligation (PSO) routes.

The airline's main hub is at Glasgow Airport (GLA) and secondary hubs Aberdeen Airport (ABZ), City of Derry Airport (LDY), East Midlands Airport (EMA), Edinburgh Airport (EDI), Inverness Airport (INV), Kirkwall Airport (KOI), Norwich Airport (NWI) and Newcastle Airport (NCL).

A PSO, one of only two state aid mechanisms within EU legislation for air services, is imposed on routes that are not commercially viable and are essential to counter the remoteness of the regions. In February 2019, it was announced that the airline will launch three new routes from London Southend to Aberdeen, Glasgow and Stornaway. After Flybe axed its service from Southend to Glasgow, the new routes will be a welcome addition.

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As of February 2022, Loganair operates a range of destinations within Scotland as well as some international services across Europe and the UK. Recently the airline added a third London airport to its route map with London Heathrow now being served by the airline.

Denmark Esbjerg Esbjerg Airport
England (UK) Birmingham Birmingham Airport
Bristol Bristol Airport
Darlington/Durham Teeside International Airport
Exeter Exeter Airport
Liverpool Liverpool John Lennon Airport
London London City Airport
London Heathrow Airport
London Stansted Airport
Manchester Manchester Airport
Newcastle upon Tyne Newcastle Airport
Newquay Newquay Airport
Norwich Norwich Airport
Southampton Southampton Airport
Isle of Man Isle of Man Isle of Man Airport
Northern Ireland (UK) Belfast Belfast City Airport
Derry City of Derry Airport
Norway Bergen Bergen Airport
Stavanger Stavanger Airport
Ireland (ROI) Dublin Dublin Airport
Scotland (UK) Aberdeen Aberdeen Airport
Barra Barra Airport
Benbecula Benbecula Airport
Campbeltown Campbeltown Airport
Dundee Dundee Airport
Eday Eday Airport
Edinburgh Edinburgh Airport
Fair Isle Fair Isle Airport
Glasgow Glasgow Airport
Inverness Inverness Airport
Islay Islay Airport
Kirkwall Kirkwall Airport
North Ronaldsay North Ronaldsay Airport
Papa Westray Papa Westray Airport
Sanday Sanday Airport
Sumburgh Sumburgh Airport
Stornoway Stornoway Airport
Stronsay Stronsay Airport
Tiree Tiree Airport
Westray Westray Airport
Wick Wick Airport
Wales (UK) Cardiff Cardiff Airport


Checked Baggage

Checked baggage on Loganair is dependent on the fare category that is purchased. Passengers purchased Fly Flex+ can carry up to 30kg in total but up to 25kg per piece free of charge and Fly Flex passengers can carry up to 23kg in a single bag free of charge. Fly customers will only get a free baggage allowance of up to 15kg. If you have baggage in excess of your free allowance, it will only be accepted if space is available at a charge of a small fee. The maximum any 1 bag at 25kgs. Any additional pieces of luggage will be charged at £10. Charges may vary and will be applied at the prevailing rate when payment is made.

Carry-on Baggage

The cabin luggage must be labelled at check-in, weigh under 6 kilos, and not exceed dimensions of 40cm x 35cm x 18cm. Fly Flex + passengers can carry one 6kg carry-on baggage and two personal items. Fly and Fly Flex passengers receive one carry-on baggage and a personal item.

Any item exceeding the limits above must be transported as checked baggage.

Check-in Information

Online Check-in

You can check-in online using this Loganair website and inputting in your surname and booking reference. Passengers are advised to check-in online as it'd save time queuing at the airport.

Airport Check-in

For flights departing from Scottish Highlands and Islands, Check-in opens 1 hour before departure and closes 30 minutes prior to departure. For flights from London, check-in opens 2 hours before departure and closes 45 minutes before departure. For all other UK domestic departures & Donegal, check-in opens 2 hours before departure and closes 30 minutes prior to departure.

Economy Class

Economy Class Facilities

Economy class is currently the only class provided on this airline’s planes. Passengers onboard economy class are served by the friendly and attentive crew in traditional Scottish attire. Onboard most flights where the flight is long enough, passengers will receive a complimentary inclusive onboard dining and drinking service, which includes soft drinks, tea, coffee and snacks. There is no In-inflight entertainment system however you can stay entertained by reading Longanair's in-flight magazine, the FlightFLOG. There's also no Wi-Fi connectivity onboard.

What are the seats like?

In economy class, passengers can choose to purchase their seat selection (unless on a Fly Flex or Fly Flex + where this is included free of charge) to be able to choose where they sit on the plane. The seats a comfortable with a good amount of legroom.

Business Class

Business Class Facilities

Although there is no specific cabin for business class, many business passengers choose to fly with Loganair as it meets their business needs. The set up of the airline’s schedule means that most of them have weekday day returns, meaning you can commute to work in the morning and return home the very same day. The Fly Flex and Fly Flex + fares allow passengers with hectic schedules more flexibility. If you arrive at the airport early, you may be able to hop on an earlier flight if there is the availability to be able to get home earlier. In addition, the Fly Flex + fare allows you to change your flight with no additional costs from the airline.

Fly Flex + not only gives full flexibility to change your flight when you want, without any additional cost, but it also puts you in the fast-lane by adding fast-track security and airport lounge access. So you can put your feet up, relax and enjoy the Wi-Fi, cakes and coffee!

What are the seats like?

The seats in Business class are full of comfort, you can easily stretch those legs.

The Fleet

As of February 2022, Loganair has a fleet of 41 aircraft:

  • 2 x Britten-Norman Islander
  • 5 x ATR 42-500
  • 1 x ATR 42-600
  • 2 x ATR 72-600
  • 1 x de Havilland Canada DHC-6-310 Twin Otter (This aircraft is operated on behalf of the Scottish Government)
  • 2 x Viking Air DHC-6-400 Twin Otter
  • 2 x Embraer ERJ-135
  • 13 x Embraer ERJ-145
  • 9 x Saab 340B

The airline also operates a fleet of cargo-only aircraft including:

  • 1 x ATR 72-500F
  • 2 x Saab 340AF
  • 2 x Saab 340BF

Frequent Flyer Program

Clan Loganair

Loganair offers a frequent flyer programme for you to subscribe to called Clan Loganair. Similar to other airline loyalty schemes, the airline rewards you with points for flights flown with the airline. You are able to build up your miles rewarded and redeem them on a reward flight with the airline. Please note that Clan Loganair does not reward points on codeshare services if operated by a partner airline. To gain reward points the service must be operated by Loganair.

Compassionate Fares

Loganair also offers in the event of a death in your immediate family, an unexpected critical medical situation, or the need to visit an immediate family member receiving treatment as an in-patient in a mainland hospital or hospice, you may find that you need to arrange urgent air travel at short notice, and thus do not have the time to qualify for an advance purchase discounted fare.

To be eligible for Compassionate Fares and Compassionate Flexibility, Loganair will consider an event of recent bereavement to an Immediate Family member, an Immediate Family member suffering a recent, unexpected critical medical situation, or an Immediate Family member attending a hospital or hospice as an in-patient.

Airline Alliance

Loganair is not part of any airlines alliance at this current time. However, the airline does have both codeshare and interline agreements with some airlines.

Loganair currently has codeshare agreements with Blue Islands, British Airways and KLM. This means that you would be able to purchase tickets for Loganair services via these airline websites and be rewarded by the codeshare partners for travelling on a Loganair service. The airline also has interline agreements with Air France, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines, United and Wideroe.

Hub Airport

Glasgow Airport (GLA)

Glasgow Airport (GLA) also known as Glasgow International Airport and formerly Abbotsinch Airport is an international airport based in Glasgow, Scotland. The airport is the 9th busiest in the Uk and saw just under 10 million passengers travel through the airport in 2018. The airport is also the 2nd busiest in Scotland, falling behind the countries capital of Edinburgh, which is additionally ranked 8th busiest in the UK.

Glasgow airport is one of the hub airports for Loganair and also acts as a target city for leisure airline TUI Airways. The airport is also served by Aer Lingus, Air Transat, BH Air, British Airways, Corendon Airlines, Easyjet, Emirates, Icelandair, Jet2.com, KLM, Lufthansa, Ryanair, Transavia, Vueling and WestJet. This means that Glasgow Airport has direct air links to Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Egypt, Dubai, Turkey, Germany, Portugal, Spain and a range of other destinations in Europe and the UK.

The airport is connected to the city centre by the Glasgow Airport shuttle bus 500. McGill bus service 757 also operates services from the airport to other destinations in the surrounding areas. The airport is close to the M8 motorway making private transfers into Glasgow easy. The airport offers a wide range of taxies and car hire options for you to use.

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1st November 2019

Six new routes to commence in 2020

The airline has announced six routes in early 2020 including Glasgow to Cardiff, Aberdeen to Haugesund, Aberdeen to East Midlands, Aberdeen to Brussels, Newcastle to Bergen, Newcastle to Guernsey.

3rd October 2019

Four routes to begin from Cornwall Airport Newquay in 2020

Loganair will start services from Newquay to Aberdeen and Newcastle from the 1st April, Norwich from the 3rd April and Glasgow from 22nd May. Glasgow and Norwich will be summer-seasonal at up to three and four weekly. Aberdeen and Newcastle will be year-round, both at four-weekly and up to daily in peak summer.