Loganair has been notified by Highlands & Islands Airports Ltd, the operator of Stornoway airport, that an unforeseen and exceptional staffing issue will lead to the closure of Stornoway Airport during certain times of the day on Tuesday 9th and Thursday 11th of July. The timing …Read more →
Scotland’s Airline Loganair has announced a partnership with Norwich City FC, the football club closest to its English operational base at Norwich Airport. The partnership, which has an initial three-year duration, will see Loganair become the East Anglian club’s first airline partner. As such, Loganair will …Read more →
The weather in Shetland has caused disruption to Friday’s flying program, and the fog and low cloud isn’t forecast to improve for Saturday either.
We are aiming to operate all other flights as planned for Saturday, but there may be delays. Please check the status of your flight via loganair.co.uk and select the Travel Information and Flight Status tab.
In view of the weather conditions and potential disruption, we are offering customers travelling on Shetland flights Friday 1st of June, and Saturday 2nd of June, the ability to amend their travel plans and re-book for an alternative flight at any time within the next seven days. There will be no change fee or difference in fare payable to amend your flight to a suitable alternative.
If you hold a reservation on a Loganair flight on 1st or 2nd June and would like to travel on another date between now and Thursday, 7th June, please check seat availability on your desired alternative travel day at www.loganair.co.uk by looking to see if we still have seats available on flights on your route, then give us a call on 0344 800 2855 with your booking reference handy so that we can confirm your booking on your preferred alternative flight.
At this time, our disruption policy only covers travel on Loganair flights to/from Shetland and we are unable to make changes to any onward travel arrangements that you may have in place with other carriers.
If you choose to remain with your original travel plans, please rest assured that we will do everything that we safely can to fly you to your intended destination as close to the scheduled time as possible. We are continuing to plan to fly all our scheduled services, and we have standby aircraft and crews in place to help recover any disrupted services as soon as reasonably possible once weather conditions permit.
With haar lingering over the Shetland Isles currently, the weather conditions will bring delays to Loganair schedules today. This morning’s flights LM70 and LM71 to/from Aberdeen and Shetland, and the LM352 from Shetland to Edinburgh are now cancelled, and passengers will be transferred to alternative flights. …Read more →
The commencement of scheduled air services from Carlisle Lake District Airport, planned for Monday 4 June, has been postponed until Monday 3 September. The growing global shortage of qualified air traffic control staff available to meet training and regulatory deadlines has resulted in the airport being …Read more →
Loganair today announced a partnership in support of Year of Young People 2018 (YOYP). The partnership, which was revealed at Sumburgh Airport, is the result of discussions between Loganair and YOYP Ambassadors in Shetland, but it will also benefit two other places in the airline’s heartland …Read more →
With cold temperatures and snow forecast widely and amber weather warnings issued across Scotland on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Loganair is enacting its pro-active policy to enable customers booked to travel on those dates to change their reservations. Customers booked to travel on any Loganair …Read more →
Loganair commercial director Kay Ryan said: “It’s with deep regret that we have taken the decision to cease our operation on the Durham Tees Valley to Aberdeen route, due to broader considerations within our network. The final flights will take place on Friday, March 16. The management …Read more →
Loganair notes the statement made earlier today by Flybe concerning the withdrawal from March 4 2018 of the last remaining routes on which it was competing with Loganair. Following an approach by Flybe this week, Loganair has agreed to assist the airline by honouring its forward …Read more →
Loganair, Scotland’s Airline, has announced it is to re-introduce services between Donegal and Glasgow, stepping in to secure the future of the route following the current operator’s decision to withdraw services. The new flights will take off on Sunday March 25, with three return flights per …Read more →