Scotland’s Loganair airline has been operating once again under its own brand for just 12 months. Bernie Baldwin talks to the airline’s managing director about what a difference a year has made amid its longer term plans.

de Havilland Canada Twin Otter G-BVVK landing at Glasgow on January 30.
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September 1, 2017 was a highly significant day in the history of Scotland’s Loganair airline. On that date it emerged as a solo enterprise, returning the company livery to its aircraft, after nearly 25 years of flying the colours of British Airways and Flybe – its previous partner organisations.

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