Loganair boss on how the airline reacted so fast following Flybe's collapse

Within a matter of hours, the Scottish carrier announced it would be picking up a number of routes to ensure essential connectivity was maintained. Speaking to Key.Aero, Jonathan Hinkles, the chief executive of Loganair explains how the Glasgow-based carrier was able to act with such speed

On March 5, 2020, Exeter-based regional carrier Flybe collapsed into administration and ceased all operations. The firm – which had been publicly struggling for months – blamed its difficulties on the COVID-19 pandemic.   

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