Top 10 Airlines in UK 2015

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8. Logan air

Logan air Limited is a Scottish airline started out as an air taxi and founded in 1962 with its head office at Glasgow International airport, Paisley, Scotland.


Later in addition to air taxi services, Logan air focused on the increasing demand of scheduled services leading to the fleet growth. Airline is associated with British airways and Flybe for its flight operations both internationally and domestic and operates in mainland Scotland and Orkney, Shetland and the Western Isles. It started its operations in Northern Ireland from 1979. In 1983 the airline was taken control by BMI, British Midland International and the partnership ceased in 1994 and Loganir joined hands with Flybe for its operations from 2008 onwards.

Scotland’s Airline operations includes the world’s shortest scheduled commercial route between Papa Westray and Westray airport. Main hubs are: Edinburgh, Inverness, Kirkwall, and Slum burgh, Stornoway, Aberdeen, Campbeltown and Norwich. Some of its destination are: Norway, England, Scotland and UK crown dependencies. Apart from scheduled services, airlines also provides Scotland Air Ambulance service and Night mall services. It also has Rewrds4all as its frequent Flyer program and Flybe Executive Lounge.

Airlines fleet size is 30 and serves 31 international destinations. Airline Fleet includes Britten-Norman trislander, DHC 6 Twin Otter, Saab 340A, 340B and 2000 and Dornier 328. Airlines has  jet fleets such as BAe  146-200 known as ‘Whisper Jet’, which provided more comfort to the passengers and more load carrying capacity. Fleet Acquisition include BAe J31, J41, and ATP aircraft.  Airlines is also associated with accidents and incidents.

According to Civil Aviation Authority, CAA, airline holds a Type A operating Licence. Top air routes are Brazzaville – Pointe Noire and Paris Airports – Brazzaville. Flights are also operated across Sum burgh and Bergen and Norway. Beach landings are also included on its routes such as Barra. In 1983, Airline was the second busiest airline, dominant carrier at Belfast, and played a significant role in the scheduled services.

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