Air International 2017-11
Main: 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.
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.
Lufthansa is one of the big five European airlines which in January 2016 formed Airlines for Europe, a new Brussels-based lobbying association to create a single voice for the major players in the industry. Here A350-941 D-AIXC (msn 87) is pictured at Tel Aviv.
Air Baltic was the launch operator for the Bombardier CS300. It is using the aircraft very intensively and says operational results are better than expected. Here YL-CSC (c/n 55005), the third CS300 to be delivered to the airline, is on finals at Zurich.
Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 YL- BAX (c/n 4324), pictured climbing from Kiev, is one of the 12 Q400s delivered to Air Baltic between 2010 and 2013.
The newly-established Airlines International Representation in Europe includes Turkish Airlines and LOT Polish Airlines but its membership is mainly made up of smaller carriers such as Corsair, whose Boeing 747-422 F-GTUI (c/n 26875) is pictured departing Paris-Orly.