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Loganair is a low cost Scottish airline. It is based out of Glasgow and operates domestic flights in Scotland as well as flights to England and Ireland. Loganair and Flybe work conjointly to provide a more extensive service in the UK. Loganair also operates an Air Ambulance service to more remote destinations in Scotland.
Loganair was first founded in 1962 as a taxi service from Edinburgh. It had just one aircraft but it was very quickly apparent that there was a need for scheduled air service in Scotland. The airline’s network quickly grew to include Scotland’s remote islands. In 1964 service began to Orkney and in 1970 to Shetland. Loganair began an Air Ambulance service in 1967 to assist places like Coll, Colonsay, Oronsay, Mull and Oban. Loganair works in conjunction with the Scottish Ambulance Service for this project. By the end of the 1970s Loganair was concentrating mainly on Northern Ireland to expand their network.
In 1980 Loganair took over British Airway’s route Belfast to Edinburgh. Slowly Loganair began routes to other UK destination cities like Manchester. In the 1990s Loganair officially became the second franchise airline for British Airways, sharing routes between the UK and Scotland. In 2008 Loganair stopped its connections with British Airways after 14 years to take up another one with the UK’s leading low cost airline Flybe. Loganair continues to expand its services with routes and in-flight comforts for its passengers.
Infants under the age of two can travel free on the laps of the accompanying adults. Children between the ages of 3 and 11 can travel at a discounted rate of 33% of the adult ticket. For further Loganair discounts and special offers, check liligo.com.
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|Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Cardiff, Inverness