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About Loganair

Loganair is a Scottish regional airline, serving 29 destinations across the UK, Republic of Ireland and Norway.

Loganair offers travellers a wide route network attracting business and leisure. Founded in 1962 in Glasgow, it has flown under franchise agreements with both British Airways and Flybe, but will fly under its own brand from 1st September 2017. Six of the Scottish routes served by Loganair are supported by external funding. The routes, namely Glasgow to Barra, Campbeltown, Tiree, Stornoway to Benbecula, Dundee to Stansted and the Inter Orkney Isles, are designated Public Service Obligation (PSO) routes.

A PSO, one of only two state aid mechanisms within EU legislation for air services, is imposed on routes which 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.



Loganair Baggage

Checked Baggage

Checked baggage on Loganair is dependent on the fare category that is purchased.

All in passengers can carry up to 30kg in a single bag free of charge and Just fly and Get more passengers can carry up to 20kg in a single bag free of charge.

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 at30kgs. 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.



Loganair Fleet

Loganair has a fleet of 28 aircraft and operates five different types to meet the varied requirements of regional flying within the UK: The Saab 340, Dornier 328 and Saab 2000.

Loganair introduced the 50-seat Saab 2000 aircraft to its fleet in 2014 and it operates on core markets including Shetland/Aberdeen and Stornoway/Glasgow. The aircraft capacity is also best suited to provide frequency, with most islands having a day return schedule.

Loganair's aircraft are available for private passenger and freight charter.



Frequent Flyer Program

Loganair offers a Spend & Fly availability checker which allows passengers to verify the number of seats available by route and date on Flybe flights.

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.



Alternative Airlines to Loganair

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Loganair Destinations

      Belgium   Brussels  
      Denmark   Esbjerg  
      England   Bournemouth (Seasonal)  
          Kingston upon Hull (Seasonal)  
          London (London City, Southend, Stansted)  
      Germany   Düsseldorf  
      Guernsey   Guernsey (Seasonal)  
      Isle of Man   Isle of Man  
      Jersey   Jersey (Seasonal)  
      Northern Ireland   Belfast  
      Norway   Bergen  
      Republic of Ireland   Dublin  
      Scotland   Aberdeen  
          Fair Isle (Seasonal)  
          North Ronaldsay  
          Papa Westray  



Loganair Hub Airport

Glasgow Airport

Glasgow Airport, also referred to as Glasgow International Airport and formerly Abbotsinch Airport, is an international airport based in Glasgow, Scotland. 2017 saw the airport handle nearly 9.9 million passengers, meaning it is now the second-busiest airport in Scotland after Edinburgh, and the eighth busiest in the UK.

This airport is also the base for airlines such as Jet2, Thomas Cook Airlines and TUI Airways. Other airlines also use this airport, though often with seasonal use, such as WestJet, Lufthansa, Air Canada Rouge and KLM.