Loganair chief executive reveals future fleet strategy

Made up of Saabs, ATRs and Embraers, the Scottish carrier’s roster is a patchwork of various types. But is this a deliberate tactic and what does the future have in store? In part two of Key.Aero’s exclusive interview with Jonathan Hinkles, the airline’s chief executive, we find out  

Loganair’s 43-strong roster comprises seven different aircraft types, which for an airline of this size is unusual. The most popular is the Embraer ERJ145, of which the operator holds 17 examples including four of the smaller ERJ135 variant. 

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