How Loganair is helping battle COVID-19

As the aviation industry continues to resemble a skeletal shadow of its former self, positive news is in short supply – but it is out there. Chris Smith explains how one Scottish regional airline helped fulfil an integral role in the battle against COVID-19

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Medical staff board a Saab 340 during a training exercise to familiarise themselves with the systems and protocols
ALL IMAGES VIA LOGANAIR UNLESS STATED

It was a sight that few of us will forget anytime soon – scores of dormant aircraft neatly parked like rows of dominos, crippled by the shockwaves of the pandemic. Airlines that had the agility to innovate and diversify, hurriedly explored novel ways to keep as many of their machines flying.

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