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Old 3rd Dec 2022, 13:12
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interesting to know who said podcast is aimed at (on an effort/cost/return basis)
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Loganair has launched a podcast. It can be found here: https://www.loganair.co.uk/our-story...ast%20announce
Hopefully better viewing than the recent tv series!
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Alltough I am critical on the future, here some nice award for them: Loganair named Regional Airline of the Year | Scottish Financial News
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I see Loganair are having a C check performed on an ERJ 145 by Willis at Teesside, where did they used to go before?
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Old 24th Feb 2023, 10:58
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Lisbon or Bangor
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Old 24th Feb 2023, 12:59
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Teesside a bit closer than those two.
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Old 24th Feb 2023, 15:36
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Especially for the 2 ERJ 145's to be based in NCL
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Old 25th Feb 2023, 08:11
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FlyBe Heathrow slots should go to Loganair, says Willie Walsh

https://travelweekly.co.uk/news/air/...ues-iata-chief
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Old 1st Mar 2023, 19:08
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Be great if Loganair could start x2 flights a day between EDI & CWL.surely there is a market and need for day return flights??

Wishful thinking too but be great to have a GLA link too !!
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Old 2nd Mar 2023, 11:30
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Be great if Loganair could start x2 flights a day between EDI & CWL.surely there is a market and need for day return flights??

Wishful thinking too but be great to have a GLA link too !!
From your username, I guess you would like more flights to and from Cardiff. However I suspect that EZY's services to EDI and GLA from BRS mean that the market is well served and thus it's not worth Loganair putting any more flights on. It's quick and easy to drive (or get public transport) to Bristol for most people in South Wales. I know someone planning to visit Swansea University who is flying into Bristol because the public transport links are so much more convenient than from Cardiff. So yes, I agree with you that it is wishful thinking.
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Old 2nd Mar 2023, 11:48
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Be great if Loganair could start x2 flights a day between EDI & CWL.surely there is a market and need for day return flights??

Wishful thinking too but be great to have a GLA link too !!
I'm surprised no one has picked up the EMA-GLA and EMA-EDI routes, especially the latter. Have operated up to 4 or 5 times daily in the fairly recent past pre-covid.
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Old 2nd Mar 2023, 12:13
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The GLA/EDI-MAN/EMA routes seem to be dead alongside LBA. Trains are better, in person business meetings remain semi frowned upon for reasons of cost as online meetings are commonplace.
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Trains could arguably be considered better by some if they actually operated. However, constant cancellations have afflicted the Manchester Airport to Scotland services for a considerable period of time now. Transpennine Express performance has been lamentable, and not just on strike days.
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Old 2nd Mar 2023, 23:32
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The other reason Scotland-MAN died was that there's almost no feed in MAN. Business Air were Lufthansa feeders, Loganair had their own mini-hub and BA fed European bound passengers from Scotland via based fleets at MAN/BHX. Lufthansa now serves both GLA/EDI on their own metal, BA were beaten in the regions and what was left of Loganair's original hub was killed off when BA closed their MAN base. Not sure Logan have the critical mass to make MAN work as a hub given the current environment sadly.

Of course flybe flew the routes when they bought BACON but God only knows if they were worth flying by then....
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Old 3rd Mar 2023, 15:55
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Lisbon or Bangor
Try Vilnius. OGMA or Bangor have not been used in a long time.
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Old 3rd Mar 2023, 22:08
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Flights between Glasgow and Donegal have resumed after a hiatus of a few years. Sat and Sun on the ATR42 to begin with, over the summer from July to September.
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Old 3rd Mar 2023, 22:29
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Flights between Glasgow and Donegal have resumed after a hiatus of a few years. Sat and Sun on the ATR42 to begin with, over the summer from July to September.
Well done on the observation.
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Old 4th Mar 2023, 00:13
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Thanks for sharing @chuboy I'd be tempted to visit this summer as I have never been. Used to be the LC903/904 on the SD360 when I was at school!
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Loganair will suspend flights between Inverness and some island airports for at least six weeks, as a result of industrial action at the Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd (HIAL)

Loganair suspends island flights amid Hial industrial action - BBC News
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More ATR's

Jethro's showing that Loganair are expecting a further 8 ATR's this year - 4x 42-5/600's and 4x 72-600's.

The same list suggests there are 5x Saab 340's still in service, so assuming they are replaced by some of these then the fleet will grow by 3x aircraft.
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