Air International 2017-11
M.Broadbent - Going Solo /Commercial/
At Glasgow, one of Loganair’s key hubs on its network of routes around Scotland, Saab 340 G-LGNG (c/n 302) was greeted by bagpipes at the end of the carrier’s first flight as an independent carrier again.
Loganair believes emphasising its Scottish identity gives it an advantage on the marketplace.
A new ticket distribution agreement with easyJet, one of whose A320s is in the background in this shot of a Saab 340 at Glasgow, is a partnership Loganair is hoping will help establish its market presence.
The first flight undertaken by the newly-rebranded Loganair using Saab 340 G-LGNG (c/n 327) taxies in at Glasgow following its arrival from Islay.
Twin Otter Series 400 G-HIAL is one of the aircraft owned by Highlands and Islands Airports and used by Loganair to operate on Public Service Obligation routes.