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Old 24th Jun 2015, 22:23
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Does anyone know if Loganair are planning to add another aircraft to the fleet to replace G-LGNL now that it has been confirmed that it has been written off?

Do Loganair have any plans to paint more of there aircraft in the new BE purple livery or is it only the one D328 that is going to receive the new look?
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Old 28th Jun 2015, 21:14
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G-LGNC saab 340 has just left the spray shop at NWI in the purple livery as the "spirit of Islay"

so would appear a few more will get painted eventually.
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Old 29th Jun 2015, 00:09
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FR from SYY? Sounds like ... wait a moment, I need to go - I think I hear the fire alarm. *checks* Nope. It was just the MOL bullshit detector going off.

Where were we again?

Ah yes. FR from SYY

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Old 27th Jul 2015, 16:08
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Winning this contract wasn't a given, so this is good news for Logan:

Loganair wins public service obligation flights contract - BBC News
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Old 8th Aug 2015, 07:19
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Ryanair v. SYY

Might PCNs be an issue for the B.738-800 ?
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Old 18th Aug 2015, 20:18
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Seems that the Loganair / BMI regional / Flybe match will be put in to action in the winter as the NCL-STN is handed over to Loganair for a daily E145 rotation

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-news/flybe-newcastle-stansted-flights-continue-9877884
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Old 17th Sep 2015, 23:58
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Loganair Expansion at INVERNESS

Loganair takes over Inverness to Manchester services - BBC News

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Old 9th Nov 2015, 18:14
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Loganair pilots raise safety concerns...

http://m.scotsman.com/news/transport/loganair-pilots-raise-aircraft-safety-fears-1-3930834#axzz3r1GKr99l
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Old 11th Nov 2015, 16:42
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Just back from a quick Twotter over to Campbeltown - flight back last night had to divert via Tiree because another a/c had gone tech (some pax missing their connection at GLA thereby), and I hear that the GLA-Sumburgh diverted into Aberdeen today with another failure. These aren't the only recent stories I've heard, but two in two days seems pushing it somewhat.

How close is Loganair to not being able to function because it doesn't have enough working aircraft to meet its obligations? Or worse?
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Old 11th Nov 2015, 16:53
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Pretty close if the photo used by the local rag about today's incident is anything to go by.


https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp...rdeen-airport/
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Old 11th Nov 2015, 17:01
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Is Loganair not planning to continue the NCL -STN route in Summer 16?
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Old 23rd Nov 2015, 00:10
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SOU - LSI return. 2 Adults, one 3yr old. June 1200 return.

All inclusive 5 start week's break in Greece. Flights included 900.

Sorry Dad.
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Old 23rd Nov 2015, 00:23
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Originally Posted by Baltasound View Post
SOU - LSI return. 2 Adults, one 3yr old. June 1200 return.

All inclusive 5 start week's break in Greece. Flights included 900.

Sorry Dad.
sorry but what has this got to do with Loganair ? I wasn't aware that they flew to SOU ?




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Old 23rd Nov 2015, 00:28
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Loganair operates most of its routes as a FlyBe franchise. Aircraft wear FlyBe livery. Seamless ticketing.
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Old 23rd Nov 2015, 00:53
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Originally Posted by Shed-on-a-Pole View Post
Loganair operates most of its routes as a FlyBe franchise. Aircraft wear FlyBe livery. Seamless ticketing.




oh im aware of that
however, Loganair don't serve SOU and any SOU-LSI routing would involve a flybe aircraft connecting to a loganair bird at EDI or GLA


I just don't see how the blame can be apportioned to either flybe or logan unless im missing something ?




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Old 23rd Nov 2015, 02:39
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It is a franchise. As far as the regular customer knows they're booking with FlyBe, traveling with FlyBe and flying on aircraft painted in FlyBe colours the whole way. On an inclusive fare. Whether or not they approve of the price charged, the customers believe they are doing business with FlyBe. And probably booked their journey via the FlyBe website.
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Old 23rd Nov 2015, 07:59
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Correct. So why is this in the Logan air thread ?


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Old 23rd Nov 2015, 09:03
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Correct. So why is this in the Logan air thread ?
Come on, Simon. Of course it is correct. Why all the the attitude? I initially answered you in good faith because you asked a question. That usually means an answer would be appreciated.

Fares on the Scottish Islands connections are determined by Loganair (the operator) who market them via FlyBe (the brand which the customer sees). That is why Baltasound has placed his comment in the Loganair thread. They are the operator in question. You personally may take exception to his comment but he has put it in the right place.

If you actually don't want your question answered, don't ask. And leave out the arrogant "correct" nonsense when somebody takes the trouble to answer you in good faith.
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Old 23rd Nov 2015, 09:16
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I think if the original post by Baltasound had been worded a bit more descriptively, we could have avoided the following pointless posts. A simple post about someone being unhappy with flight prices has escalated unnecessarily.
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Old 23rd Nov 2015, 11:25
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No attitude

Just curious what prices via flybe had to do with Logan and I genuinely wasn't aware that the prices for the connection were determined by loganair rather than flybe.

If that's how it's done. It's clearly down to loganair, however that wasn't clear from the OP which is why I asked what it had to do with loganair.

Very sorry to of upset you shed.


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