Careers

At Loganair, we strive to be inclusive and welcoming to applicants for every role across our company. We recognise and value diverse talents allowing our people to grow and develop in a fair working environment.

Loganair is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion or belief, marital status, disability, gender identity, military veteran status and all their characteristics, attributes or choices as protected by law. All recruitment and hiring decisions are based on applicants' skills and experience.

There has never been a better time to join Loganair - now the UK's largest regional airline.

We're looking for talented professionals to join our team in all areas of the business and at various locations across the UK.

Browse our latest vacancies today!

 

 

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  • The personal approach, warmth and care given to our customers from our Cabin Crew, is what sets our airline apart from the rest. Do you have a passion for making people smile, travel and above all, keeping things safe?

    If so, then you could be just the person we are looking for, across our wide range of bases throughout the UK.

  • We have a wide variety of roles at our Glasgow HQ.

    Roles are recruited for the following departments:

    - Safety and Audit

    - Commercial (including Revenue Management, Marketing, Scheduling, Business Analytics).

    - IT

    - Finance

    - Customer relations

    - Records and technical support

    - Crewing

    - Flight operations

    - Operations

  • We always consider applications from licensed engineers preferably with SAAB 340, DHC6, ERJ135/145, ATR 42/72 and BN2 experience.

    We are looking for those passionate about fixing things and solving problems. If this sounds like you and you are a licensed engineer we would be delighted to hear from you.

  • Loganair offers truly unique flying opportunities throughout a diverse route network across the UK, Norway and Ireland. We operate out of attractive UK bases with a fleet of, Saab 340, Embraer 135/145, ATR 42/72 and Twin Otter and Islander aircraft.

    We are seeking Direct Entry Captains and experienced First Officers for all bases. Type rating may be provided depending on experience.

    We offer an excellent remuneration package, a top-class regional airline pension and attractive UK bases.

Latest Vacancies

  • Applications are invited from candidates who naturally care about helping passengers and in supporting the delivery of a safe and on time airline.  The operation is delivered 7 days a week and staff work to a roster, including morning, afternoon, and weekend shifts. Opportunities now exist for Ramp Agents and Customer Service Agents to join the team at Sumburgh Airport.

    Ramp Agents (pictured) duties include, working around the aircraft, transporting passenger baggage, freight and cargo in a safe and efficient manner, towing aircraft, aircraft cleaning, helicopter passenger administration, working with plant on the ramp and de-icing aircraft in the colder months as well as assisting with passenger escorting. Agents work with fixed wing aircraft and helicopters. Agents must have excellent communication skills as there is significant interaction with pilots, cabin crew, ground staff and passengers.  The initial remuneration package for the role is £24,500 which rises to £26,500 on successful completion of the probationary period. Annual leave entitlement starts at 29 days per year rising to 34 days per year. The company also operates a staff travel scheme for eligible staff.

    Customer Services Agents duties include, escorting passengers in a safe and efficient manner to and from the aircraft, checking passengers in for flights, dealing with freight and cargo enquiries and booking, as well as administration of our oil & gas customers passengers. Agents work with fixed wing aircraft and helicopters.  Agents must have excellent communication skills as there is significant interaction with pilots, cabin crew, ground staff and passengers.  The initial remuneration package for the role is £23,500 which rises to £25,500 on successful completion of the probationary period. Annual leave entitlement starts at 29 days per year rising to 34 days per year. The company also operates a staff travel scheme for eligible staff.

    The roles on offer are permanent full-time positions, 40 hours per week, though there may be opportunities for part time work.  Over time to cover colleague absences for training and holidays, will be required from time to time.

    If you have an interest in aviation and are committed to safety and in delivering a high-quality service, please send your CV to Brydon Robertson, Operations Manager by e mail: brydonrobertson@loganair.co.uk

  • A vacancy has arisen within the Customer Services Department, based in Sumburgh. Reporting to the Station Manager Sumburgh, the role will be responsible for the Front of house operations and office staff, day to day operation of all passenger related services and staff, for company scheduled flights and any other flights handled by the company at the Airport.

     

    Key Responsibilities:

     

    • Customer liaison and dissemination of information regarding arriving and departing of flights.
    • Administer FOH and check-in area
    • Mediate with passengers during periods of disruption
    • During periods of disruption able to carry out CSA duties as required
    • Coordinate the onward booking plans and accommodation for disrupted passengers including advanced ticketing procedures
    • Operate Company IT Equipment and liaise with contractors to carry out repairs and servicing
    • Liaise with Airline Customers, Airport Authorities and Third Parties.
    • Ensure appropriate and accurate reporting of all accidents and incidents.
    • Be fully conversant with all Company Manuals relating to role.
    • Ensure all staff fully comply with Company Safety & Security Policies and Standards.
    • Responsible for the welfare of the all staff at the Station.
    • Ensure the smooth and efficient running of the check in desks
    • Production and oversight of departmental rosters, overtime control and allocation of leave to ensure overtime kept to a reasonable level.
    • Coordinate and implement daily role responsibilities and staff allocation to meet the needs of the operation.

    Minimum requirements

     

    • Comfortable working with core office systems – particularly Excel.
    • Airline or travel industry experience desirable.
    • Experience understanding of ticketing and reservation systems desirable.
    • Understanding of flight Schedule’s and airline networks.
    • Working Knowledge of Airport Operations

     

    Skills

    • Be customer focused and helpful. Enjoy working with the public and meeting new people.
    • Have excellent communication skills.
    • Be able to respond quickly and efficiently to changing situations
    • Be able to deal with difficult situations with tact and diplomacy.

     

     

    To apply for the position, please submit your CV and a covering letter in support of your application by e mail to Graham Everett grahameverett@loganair.co.uk

     

    The closing date for applications is Wednesday 27 April 2022. 

  • A vacancy has arisen within the Engineering Technical Services Department, based in Glasgow. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing technical support of engine types operated and managed by Loganair Limited ensuring continued airworthiness whilst improving safety, aircraft availability, reliability and optimising cost.

    Responsibilities:

    • Provide a complete technical support service to all departments within Loganair Limited
    • Manage, specify, develop and control the workscope of Engines and Auxiliary Power Units (APUs) in order to achieve the highest technical standards and optimum cost
    • Continually review and develop engine fleet reliability, investigate incidents, implement improvements and define technical changes to maintenance programme
    • Define engine condition monitoring policies to ensure maximum safety, improve reliability and prevent costly delays
    • Monitor the in-service condition and performance of engines and schedule engine changes to minimise disruption to the operation
    • Manage and control spare engine availability
    • Define additional work required to provide solutions to on-going technical problems
    • Respond to operational problems, incidents and AOG situations, this includes providing a 24hr on-call service on a rota-basis
    • Assess relevant Regulatory Authority requirements and Directives and review manufacturers communications, implementing appropriate actions
    • Provide subject matter expertise in negotiating Repair & Overhaul contracts for Engines and APUs, on behalf of the Company, significant engine warranty claims and support programmes with the engine manufacturers and contracted repair agencies
    • Liaise with aircraft lessor and engine OEMs.
    • Utilise experience to provide guidance and support to other members of the department as required

     

    Requirements

    • A Mechanical or Aeronautical University Degree OR hold an EASA/UK CAA Part 66 Cat B1 License
    • Experience in a similar role within an airline or with an engine manufacturer or overhaul agency
    • A thorough, detailed and analytical approach to work
    • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work well on your own initiative
    • Flexibility with an ability to adapt and respond to changing work demands whilst working under pressure
    • Ability to make decisions outside the scope of available technical documentation and, when appropriate, to challenge OEM recommendations and internal processes and procedures 

    To apply for the position, please submit your CV and a covering letter in support of your application by e mail to recruitment@loganair.co.uk

     

    The closing date for applications is Tuesday 7th June 2022. 

  • Working as part of the Engineering Planning team, based in our Glasgow base facility. This role requires a forward thinking and pro-active individual to ensure that the fleet’s maintenance requirements are controlled and planned effectively and efficiently, whilst ensuring both legal and operational requirements remain in compliance.

     

    The Airworthiness Planning Engineer will be working along-side a small team and be responsible for the following Planning functions:

     

    • Ensure constant compliance with the companies Approved Maintenance Programmes (AMP’s), along with their associated procedures in order to meet the companies Part M requirements.
    • Forecast management of all scheduled maintenance tasks, including any company issued maintenance requirements.
    • Assessment of advance maintenance & modification forecasts to determine future Base Maintenance Check content. Ensuring any future maintenance clashes are highlighted / planned away from, well in advance.
    • To plan, review and organise each scheduled work package ahead of each planned maintenance input to ensure the availability of required internal manpower, pre-loaded spares & materials, as well as any specialised tooling or external support.
    • Able to generate flexible aircraft maintenance plans ahead, whilst considering any potential impact to any operational demands.
    • To support the 145 Maintenance areas in keeping the aircraft down time to a minimum by effective planning & Production Control support of each base check input.
    • Design and staging of scheduled maintenance work cards from published technical documents.
    • Liaise with internal departments to prioritise work requests and ensure that both maintenance and operational requirements are efficiently achieved.
    • To compile and analyse the maintenance history of each scheduled maintenance task or package, to ensure it is being performed at its optimum periodicity.
    • To continually review the Operational System to ensure any known planned events are co-ordinated locally with the Part 145 base teams.
    • Perform ad-hoc planning projects assigned by the management team.

     

    The suitable candidate will have a minimum of 5 years Planning / Maintenance experience. They should be a highly motivated individual, able to work under pressure, comfortable with initiating reviews and working with a minimum level of supervision. They must have good team working skills & able to build strong relationships across multi disciplines. They should have a good working knowledge of Aircraft Maintenance Programmes and an excellent eye for detail. They should also have a solid working knowledge of Engineering Support systems, with OASES knowledge being advantageous as well as the standard MS Office applications.

     

    If you know of any ex colleagues, family or friends who may be interested in this opportunity please do not hesitate to make them aware of this opportunity.

     

    To apply, please e-mail your CV to: recruitment@loganair.co.uk  

     

     

    The closing date for applications is Wednesday 15 June 2022

  • Department: Engineering – Technical Services

    Contract Type: Permanent, full time

    Location: Glasgow

     

    Main purpose of position: Providing technical support to Loganair’s operation by coordinating and prioritising maintenance work, delegating work instructions to various stations and progressing the engineering rectification of defects. Performing the repetitive defect investigations ensuring continued airworthiness whilst improving safety, aircraft availability and reliability.

     

    Responsibilities:

    • Liaise with and provide technical advice to the Operations Control Centre, Engineers and Flight Crews.
    • Support and manage information regarding AOG recovery plans.
    • Liaise with CAMO postholder ensuring that they have up to date clear information and the necessary understanding of the cause of production delays or AOG situations.
    • Manage and oversea the Line Maintenance plan to ensure Operations have clear visibility of Plan maintenance inputs, Line Service Checks.
    • Provide technical support to Line Engineers performing trouble shooting of defects and repetitive defects.
    • Ensure all work is carried out in accordance with the correct manuals and company procedures.
    • Optimise fleet availability by effective management of scheduled and unscheduled line maintenance activity.
    • Optimise fleet reliability by effective management of MEL Deferred Defects and proactive tracking and management of fleet Repetitive Defects.
    • Control the Repetitive Defect database.
    • Liaise with aircraft lessor and OEMs.
    • Utilise experience to provide guidance and support to other members of the department as required.

     

    Requirements

    • A Mechanical or Aeronautical University Degree OR hold an EASA/UK CAA Part 66 Cat B1/B2 License.
    • Experience in a similar role within an airline.
    • Previous people management experience would be advantageous.
    • Acceptable level of computer skills.
    • A thorough, detailed and analytical approach to work.
    • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work well in a team environment or on your own initiative.
    • Flexibility with an ability to adapt and respond to changing work demands whilst working under pressure.
    • Ability to make decisions outside the scope of available technical documentation and, when appropriate, to challenge OEM recommendations and internal processes and procedures.

     

    To apply, please e-mail your CV and cover letter to: recruitment@loganair.co.uk

    The closing date for applications is Sunday 12th June 2022.

     

  • Department: Engineering – Technical Services

    Contract Type: Permanent, full time

    Location: Glasgow

     

    Main purpose: As a member of the Technical Services Team, you will be able to compile and present reports for the aircraft which operate within our fleet.

     

    Responsibilities:

     

    • Harvest data from the fleet maintenance programs and operational data.
    • Review Repetitive Defect database working in conjunction with Maintenance Control.
    • Review fleet/component data.
    • Provide reports as required.
    • Assist in the evolution of the company fleet maintenance programs.
    • Develop engineering policies, procedures, and processes.
    • Assist with improving the technical reliability of the Loganair fleet.
    • Incident investigation.
    • Knowledge of aircraft structures, systems, electrics/avionics, interiors and powerplant would be advantageous as support to all areas of the Engineering business/department may be required.
    • Enjoy a flexible approach to travel and working hours.
    • Other duties that may be assigned by the Technical Manager.

     

     

    Requirements

    • A Mechanical or Aeronautical University Degree OR hold an EASA/UK CAA Part 66 Cat B1 License.
    • Experience in a similar role within an airline or with a manufacturer or overhaul agency.
    • IT skills will be to a professional level. Competent in Microsoft Packages, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
    • A thorough, detailed and analytical approach to work.
    • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work well in a team environment or on your own initiative.
    • Flexibility with an ability to adapt and respond to changing work demands whilst working under pressure.

     

    To apply, please e-mail your CV and cover letter to: recruitment@loganair.co.uk

    The closing date for applications is Sunday 12th June 2022.

  • Department: Engineering – Technical Services

    Contract Type: Permanent, full time

    Location: Aberdeen

     

    Main purpose: The Technical Services Engineer will be a member of the CAMO team providing technical support for the Airline’s base at Aberdeen

     

    Responsibilities:

     

    • Continually review aircraft systems, component reliability and aircraft systems performance. Recommendation of measures to improve performance.
    • Provide support to Line Maintenance and Base Maintenance regarding Technical issues.
    • Evaluate and process manufacturers and airworthiness authority’s documentation such as airworthiness directives, service bulletins, service letters etc.
    • Support heavy maintenance checks at 3rd party locations, if required.
    • Liaise with aircraft lessors & OEM.
    • Develop engineering policies, procedures and processes.
    • Assist with improving the technical reliability of the Loganair fleet.
    • Incident investigation.
    • Knowledge of aircraft structures, systems, electrics/avionics, interiors and powerplant would be advantageous as support to all areas of the Engineering business/department may be required.
    • Enjoy a flexible approach to travel and working hours.
    • Other duties that may be assigned by the Technical Manager.

     

     

    Requirements

    • A Mechanical or Aeronautical University Degree OR hold an EASA/UK CAA Part 66 Cat B1/ B2 License.
    • Experience in a similar role within an airline or with a manufacturer or overhaul agency.
    • A thorough, detailed and analytical approach to work.
    • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work well in a team environment or on your own initiative.
    • Flexibility with an ability to adapt and respond to changing work demands whilst working under pressure.
    • Ability to make decisions outside the scope of available technical documentation and, when appropriate, to challenge OEM recommendations and internal processes and procedures.

     

    To apply, please e-mail your CV and cover letter to: recruitment@loganair.co.uk

    The closing date for applications is Sunday 12th June 2022.

  • Applications are now welcome for an entry level role (with a view for development) within Purchasing Department.

    The Engineering Technical Buyer would be responsible for maintaining the right safety stock levels and negotiating the best possible deals for the business. Will also work with other departments to ensure the Company’s operational requirements are met.

     

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Run the specific reports into Oases daily to ensure that the safety minimum levels for consumable are at the right level for all network
    • Ensure the spare part supply to guarantee continued spares availability for NO GO and GO IF consumables (Essentiality Code 1, 2) monitoring SR19 - Network Stock Status Report every day
    • Prepare and raise purchase orders, monitor the progress of the shipments up to delivery
    • Act as an interface between suppliers and other relevant departments on purchasing processes and new projects and activities
    • Monitor and advise on any issues which present risk to supply chain (availability issues, price increases, etc.)
    • Contact suppliers to resolve price, quality, delivery or documents and invoice issues
    • Build, maintain and manage supplier relationships and keep up good communications
    • Conduct research for new parts/materials and suppliers
    • Work closely with others in the procurement function and review opportunities to make business savings utilising negotiation and procurement best practice tools and methods

     

    Skills and Attributes:

    • Ability to understand the market (parts availability and resources, delivery terms and prices) and to use it for the Company’s benefit
    • Knowledge of purchasing, supply chain and planning, resource allocation, production processes, quality control, costs, and other techniques for maximizing the stock replenishment and distribution of goods with minimum cost
    • Quality data and reporting - ensuring all daily transactions are reliably and correctly recorded on the company computer system
    • Learning systematically from past strategies
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Packages is necessary and prior use of OASES (or similar) would be beneficial.

     

    To apply for the position, please submit your CV and a covering letter in support of your application by e mail to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Friday, 10th of June.

  • Loganair, Scotland’s Airline are currently looking for Aircraft Mechanic’s to join the Engineering Team at our Glasgow and Aberdeen Maintenance Facilities. The successful candidates will have to work well in a team, reporting to a Licensed Aircraft Engineer, and have excellent standards of professionalism.  It would be advantageous if you are a skilled sheet metal worker.

     

    As an Aircraft Mechanic, you will become part of a hugely skilled and experienced team carrying out base maintenance, servicing, repairs, and component changes to our ATR, Embraer, Saab SF340 and Twin Otter fleet.  

     

    Key requirements

     

    • An apprenticeship in a mechanical/electrical engineering discipline or equivalent recognised national qualification.
    • Highly motivated and work effectively under pressure and time constraints.
    • Ability to multi-task within a team environment.
    • Responsible and able to follow procedures and technical documentation.
    • Ability to obtain/hold required Airport Security pass.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Flexible, reliable and be able to use own initiative where necessary.
    • Full UK Driving Licence.

     

    To apply for this full-time permanent position, please email your CV to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

  • We are currently recruiting a Crew Controller to join our Operations team based at our Glasgow Airport Head Office.

     

    Duties will include:

    • Working within the Operations Control Centre, you are responsible for monitoring crew compliance and amending crew rosters to match operational requirements. Implementation of such changes require to be actioned giving due consideration and regular communication with Flight Crew, Cabin Crew, Operations Control Centre (OCC) and Line Maintenance.
    • Maintain crew regulatory compliance in line with UKFTL regulations.
    • Monitor flight delays in respect to crew duty hours and subsequent duties.
    • Actively participate and co-operate in disruption recovery strategies of the OCC.
    • Allocate crew efficiently to duties considering resource availability and operational risk. You will be ensuring that the crew are notified of duty changes at appropriate times in a professional and courteous manner.
    • Implement bookings and changes to crew hotel, surface transport and positioning flight requirements as required.
    • Actively contribute to the Crew Control log detailing notable events that occur on shift.
    • Completion of Discretion Reports/Reduced Rest Reports.
    • Manage schedule changes requested during published roster period and arrange crew coverage in line with Company UKFTL scheme.
    • Oversee training plan on the published roster and update/amend training planning as necessary, working in conjunction with the training department.
    • Other duties as directed by the Head of Operations Control.

     

    Qualifications & Experience:

    • Relevant previous experience in a similar role although not essential would be an advantage.
    • Educational qualifications that demonstrate proficiency in English Language and numerical skills.
    • The ability to act proactively and with limited direct supervision, while at the same time recognising when matters need to be referred to more senior managers.
    • The written and oral communication skills necessary to initiate and respond to correspondence and to deal with other forms of communication.
    • The ability to work accurately with detailed information and to ensure that practical tasks are effectively implemented.
    • E-literate and competent in developing, administering and using PC and associated networks and systems to acquire, manipulate and disseminate information. Knowledge of N-OC (NavBlue Ops Control) system would be beneficial.

     

    To apply for this full-time permanent position, please email your CV to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

     

    Closing Date for completed applications Friday 24th June 2022.

  • We are currently looking to recruit Operations Control Centre (OCC) Assistants to join our operations team based at our Glasgow Airport Head Office.

     

    Duties will include

     

    • In conjunction with the Operations Control Centre (OCC), you will be responsible for assisting the daily operation and forward adhoc operations
    • Ensuring all flights plans are active for the days operation, delaying, cancelling & refiling where necessary
    • Responsible for the upkeep of operational administration (OCC notices, NOTACs, etc) and archiving where necessary
    • Ensuring station contacts are up to date for third party service providers
    • Advising internal stakeholders of significant events affecting the operation as directed by the OCC Controller
    • Assist the daily Crewing function where required and as directed by the Crew Controller on duty
    • Other duties as directed by the Head of Operations Control/OCC Controller on duty

      

    Qualifications & Experience

     

    • Relevant previous experience in a similar role although not essential would be an advantage.
    • Educational qualifications that demonstrate proficiency in English Language and numerical skills.
    • The ability to act proactively and with limited direct supervision, while at the same time recognising when matters need to be referred to more senior managers.
    • The written and oral communication skills necessary to initiate and respond to correspondence and to deal with other forms of communication.
    • The ability to work accurately with detailed information and to ensure that practical tasks are effectively implemented.
    • E-literate and competent in developing, administering and using PC and associated networks and systems to acquire, manipulate and disseminate information. Proficiency with MS Office 365 (Predominantly Excel & Word).

     

    To apply for this role, please send a CV with a covering e mail outlining why you wish to be considered for appointment to it, for the attention of Nev Walmsley, Head of Operations, to recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

     

    Closing Date for completed applications Friday 24th June 2022.

  • We have a great opportunity for a technical auditor in our Aberdeen Base maintenance facility. Although based within the maintenance area the scope of activities will include elements of quality and compliance oversight for flight and ground operations.

    You will be part of a team of highly experienced aviation auditors but working solo in the Aberdeen facility. You will be required to travel to our headquarters in Glasgow airport for team meetings monthly. The right candidate will have the autonomy to develop the role and achieve an effective work/life balance.


    Duties and responsibilities

    • Monitor compliance of the airlines Part-M, Part-CAMO, Part-145 and Part-147 organisation with current CAA airworthiness regulations.
    • Monitor compliance of the airline's AOC and Ground Operations with current CAA airworthiness regulations applicable to location.
    • Performance of scheduled and unscheduled audits/inspections/assessments.
    • Host customer and regulator audit and facilitate opening/closing meetings.
      Conducting contractor and sub-contractor audits.
    • Management and completion of audits and associated reports.
    • Following up findings with the relevant manager/nominated person, ensuring that the root cause analysis and corrective action plans and preventive actions are adequately recorded in the compliance monitoring software system.
    • Assisting the Head of Quality Compliance in the development and review the annual audit plan for approval by the CAA.
    • Assessing providers of materials, standard parts, components and services.
      Responsible for issue, renewal & cancellation of Certifying and Support Staff authorisations.
    • Responsible for review of regulated expositions and manuals prior to submission to the CAA for approval.
    • Assessing subcontractors working under the quality system.
    • Any additional requirements as required by the Head of Quality Compliance to provide an efficient and effective quality management department.

    Role Requirements

    • Qualified auditor with proven aviation industry experience
    • Aviation technical qualification in maintenance or equivalent
    • Thorough understanding of CAA/EASA aviation legislation
    • Ability to travel to carry out elements of auditing
    • Q-Pulse experience desirable

    Person specification

    • Good communicator
    • Good knowledge of MS Office suite including Project and Visio
    • Completer-finisher
    • Able to work effectively as part of a team or independently
    • All applicants will need to already hold the right to live and work in the UK

     

    To apply, please e-mail your CV to: recruitment@loganair.co.uk.

    The closing date for applications is Friday, 1st July 2022.