Loganair

Loganair goes carbon neutral

While it continues to work on projects to reduce its emissions, the Scottish carrier has pledged to fully offset in the interim period

42 out of 46 former Flybe domestic routes have now been restored

As 'Flybe 2.0' gains momentum, it’s been revealed that a significant proportion of its former links have been re-established in its absence

London City set to resume domestic routes ahead of summer

Flights to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee will begin shortly, resuming connectivity to the English capital

Loganair boosts UK connectivity with two new routes

Flights from Teesside to Bristol and the City of Derry to Liverpool will commence in May of this year

Tees Valley Mayor welcomes local business to Teesside International

The airport is currently being redeveloped ahead of the summer, with renovation of the main terminal and other amenities

Loganair chief executive on APD and future of PSO routes

Speaking exclusively to Key.Aero, Jonathan Hinkles – the chief executive of Loganair – weighs in on the UK government's approach to domestic air travel taxation and the future of public service obligation routes

Loganair boss on being the UK's largest regional airline

Last March, Loganair assumed the position of Britain’s largest regional carrier. In the third part of our exclusive interview with Jonathan Hinkles, the firm’s chief executive, Key.Aero finds out how the Scottish carrier plans to break the mould created by those who have previously held the title

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 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

New route added to Loganair’s summer schedule at Newcastle

Direct services between Newcastle and Jersey will commence in May, initially operating twice weekly