Loganair new anna.aero webinar: “Loganair’s post-COVID network and airport partnership aspirations”
Loganair webinar: 14.00-14.30 BST, 11 June 2020
For many regional airports, Loganair offers the single-best prospect of achieving viable air services when business properly re-starts after the COVID-19 emergency.
Loganair’s growth is fantastic. From relaunch as an independent in 2017, “Scotland’s Airline” smashed through the two million-seat threshold in 2019.
With over 25 routes due to start in 2020, including 16 following the demise of Flybe in February, Loganair’s network has expanded to over 70 routes across six European countries.
anna.aero’s webinars last just 30 minutes!
This webinar, the first in a new “30 Minutes With” series, is jointly presented by anna.aero and the British-Irish Airports EXPO. It is also supported by the Regional And Business Airports Group (RABA) – the trade body for over 40 UK and Dependency airports – guaranteeing full bandwidth across Loganair’s core home airport market.
The entire webinar will last no more than 30 minutes, including:
- The Jonathan Hinkles (CEO) interview
- Loganair network development discussion and analysis
- Invited Q&A and polling
- …and a few words from our sponsors
To join in, engage, and learn all you need to know about “Scotland’s Airline – the most important regional airline in the UK – and Ireland” this anna.aero event is free of charge, devoid of silly log-ins and requires barely any form-filling.
STOP PRESS: Hinkles keynote at RABA AGM British-Irish Airports EXPO
Loganair CEO Jonathan Hinkles will also give the Keynote Address to the Regional And Business Airports Group AGM at the British-Irish Airports EXPO 5 October 2020 at London ExCeL.
British-Irish Airports EXPO, a sister business unit to anna.aero, is co-hosted by a “Common Interest” Coalition of Heathrow, Gatwick, MAG/Stansted, and London City Airport which is right next-door to ExCeL – London’s biggest convention centre.
Both ExCeL, recently stood down as the Nightingale Hospital London, and British-Irish Airports EXPO are working overtime to ensure the event can be staged with the then-anticipated measures for allowing mass gathering (and aviation) to resume.