Loganair is the UK’s longest-established airline, operating since 1962, and flying to more UK airports than any other airline. For those who have not flown with Loganair before, it was recently awarded the Domestic Airline of the Year award by the SPAA and all its fares include 15kg hold luggage as standard.
Loganair has also recently taken over former Flybe routes, including Glasgow-Belfast, flights from Exeter, Birmingham and Southampton.
Loganair has a great range of flexible fares – Fly, Fly Flex and Fly Flex+. The airline also has a standout frequent flyer programme, Clan Loganair. It’s uncomplicated and rewarding – simply collect Clan Points when you fly, then once you have enough, you can exchange your points for a Clan Reward Flight.
Can you fly with Loganair?
Loganair flights are operating and have been throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
Loganair has launched a number of new routes, including between Belfast and Dundee, and Newcastle and Jersey. A route between Edinburgh and Cardiff will start from August.
The airline has also stepped up capacity to the Isle of Man this summer, and has raised its winter capacity by 50% over the same period in 2019/20.
For more information on Loganair’s routes and details of flights operating from your local airport, click here.
What safety measures can travellers expect from Loganair?
Passengers must declare they are fit to travel at check-in, and all passengers are required to wear a face mask on board the aircraft.
Other measures include:
- Protective barriers at check-in.
- Self-scan boarding passes.
- Automatic seat allocation.
- Boarding the aircraft in smaller groups to allow for social distancing at the gate.
- Enhanced aircraft cleaning.
- No in-flight service or in-flight magazines.
More information about Loganair’s Fly Safe campaign and its safety measures can be found here.
Last updated June 11, 2021