Articles Tagged ‘Loganair’

Eastern Airways turns 20; annual traffic below 2003 levels, but Aberdeen remains the airline's #1 airport

Eastern Airways turns 20; annual traffic below 2003 levels, but Aberdeen remains the airline’s #1 airport

Happy 20th Birthday Eastern Airways! For a regional airline to survive for that long is quite a feat, and the UK regional carrier will do just that this month. We take a look at the airline’s eventful history, as well as taking a glimpse at where Eastern is at today in terms of its biggest […]

bmi regional celebrates five years as independent carrier; over two million passengers since 2012; anna.aero meets CCO Jochen Schnadt

bmi regional celebrates five years as independent carrier; over two million passengers since 2012; anna.aero meets CCO Jochen Schnadt

bmi regional celebrated its fifth birthday with a special breakfast at the German Gymnasium Restaurant in London. Since becoming an independent carrier in November 2012, the airline has carried over two million passengers and serves 28 routes, with 36% of its network connecting non-UK airports.  

Durham Tees Valley displays Cake of the Week title

Durham Tees Valley displays Cake of the Week title

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Germania announces that it will begin flights to St. Petersburg from Dresden starting from April, while Southampton Airport celebrates the upcoming launch of its newest airline powdair. 


Loganair leaps onto Aberdeen and Norwich routes

Loganair leaps onto Aberdeen and Norwich routes

Loganair begins operations from Durham Tees Valley with services to Scotland and East Anglia. 

Loganair celebrates 50 years of Orkney service

Loganair celebrates 50 years of Orkney service

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Loganair commemorates the 50-year anniversary of serving the Orkney Inter-Isles Air Service, with the operation also including the world’s shortest route. More news also from World Routes 2017 where Brussels Airport collected a special award as well as Cluj-Napoca Airport.  

Loganair goes it alone as Flybe begins working with Eastern Airways

Loganair goes it alone as Flybe begins working with Eastern Airways

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with Loganair’s independent venture and Flybe’s new franchise agreement with fellow UK regional airline Eastern Airways, Qantas announces that it will base four 787-9s at Brisbane, while Manchester Airport is named the UK’s best airport at the Travel Bulletin Star Awards. 


Loganair takes on former partner Flybe

Loganair takes on former partner Flybe

Loganair, the UK’s oldest newest airline, begins Manchester-Glasgow service in competition with Flybe.

Durham Tees Valley announces the arrival of Loganair

Durham Tees Valley announces the arrival of Loganair

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Loganair announces that from 15 October it will begin three times daily flights from Aberdeen and a six times weekly service from Norwich to Durham Tees Valley Airport, routes that will be flown on its 34-seat Saab 340s. 

Loganair connects Edinburgh with Isle Of Man

Loganair connects Edinburgh with Isle Of Man

Loganair operates four weekly flights between Edinburgh and Isle Of Man.


Ryanair announces connecting flights and that it will sell Air Europa long-haul flights as part of its 'Always Getting Better' programme

Ryanair announces connecting flights and that it will sell Air Europa long-haul flights as part of its ‘Always Getting Better’ programme

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Miami Airport hosts Japan Airlines as it advances its efforts to increase non-stop connectivity to Asia, while Frontier Airlines celebrates two million passengers from Cincinnati. More news also from Kirkwall Airport and Routes as it announces a new partnership for this year’s World Routes in Barcelona.  

Barcelona Airport celebrates winning the anna.aero Route of the Week award for Air China's Shanghai service

Barcelona Airport celebrates winning the anna.aero Route of the Week award for Air China’s Shanghai service

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, WOW air announces that it is to begin flights to Tel Aviv from 12 September, while Bergen heralds the arrival of Loganair’s new route from Glasgow. More news also from Seville as it welcomes Ryanair’s latest route. 

Loganair links Glasgow to Bergen for the first time

Loganair links Glasgow to Bergen for the first time

Loganair adds twice-weekly service to Norway to its network.