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A Loganair Twin Otter. (Photo: Mark Harkin (G-SGTS Twin Otter Loganair) [CC BY 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons)

Aviation Industry Lobby U.K. Government For ‘Pathway to Re-opening’

Aviation industry executives and advocacy groups in the U.K. are vigorously lobbying the U.K. government ahead of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's 'Roadmap to Recovery’ speech on 22 February. Mr. Johnson’s scheduled announcement on Monday is expected to include details on how the U.K. will plan to emerge from a series of lockdowns imposed in light of the CoVid-19 pandemic. The aviation industry has been one of the most impacted sectors with travel demand all but disappearing as a result of…

Gatwick and Heathrow Limit Operations Due to Reduced Demand

Traffic movements at London’s main airports have significantly reduced as a result of the worldwide downturn in air passenger traffic. Last week London City airport located near the financial center of London catering predominantly to premium traffic is temporarily closed to all flights. Earlier this week Gatwick Airport announced its…

Scotland’s Loganair Signs Partnership Deal with Qatar Airways

Scottish regional airline Loganair has taken a massive step in expanding its international footprint by signing a partnership agreement with Middle Eastern titan Qatar Airways. The interline agreement allows Loganair customers from around Scotland to connect to any of Qatar Airways' international destinations through Edinburgh Airport on a single ticket,…

Loganair to Operate Independently For the First Time in 24…

Flybe has announced it will be ending its franchise agreement with Scotland’s Loganair. The deal, which saw Loganair aircraft flying with Flybe colors in the Scottish Highlands, will end on Aug. 31, 2017. Loganair, which for the past 24 years has operated with franchise agreements, will operate independently. Previously, the carrier…