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Article from TNU MAY 2024

Scottish airline takes decisive action

Loganair, the UK’s largest regional airline, has announced that it has completed an initial root and branch review of its operation under new CEO, Luke Farajallah, and confirmed it is taking pivotal action to stabilise and bring resilience to its core flying network.

The airline has listened carefully to its customers and crew, and under the new leadership team is acting with purpose to address the concerns that have been raised for a considerable time, especially from markets in remote parts of Scotland.
The airline is announcing several route adjustments to be introduced in early May. It is expected that these network changes, once embedded, will help reduce the amount of operational disruption that Loganair’s customers and crews have been experiencing for over 18 months.
The outcome of these changes will see the stabilisation of the daily flying programme, a reduction in the number of flights delayed and cancelled.
Effective 10 May, the Aberdeen to Newcastle and Teesside, and Glasgow to Southampton routes have been cancelled.

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