Air­craft re­named af­ter city

Evening Telegraph (Late Extra Edition) - - FRONT PAGE -

LO­GANAIR has re­named one of its air­craft af­ter the City of Dis­cov­ery at a cer­e­mony at­tended by Lynne Short, con­vener of the city devel­op­ment com­mit­tee.

The Saab 340 air­craft, which op­er­ates the six-day-per-week Dundee to Lon­don Stansted air­link, was chris­tened at Dundee Air­port.

It has Spirit of Dundee marked on one side of its nose and the Gaelic trans­la­tion “Spi­o­rad de Dhun De” on the other.

At­tend­ing along­side Lynne Short was air­port man­ager, Der­rick Lang, left, and Mau­rice Boyle, Lo­ganair’s di­rec­tor of op­er­a­tions.

Lo­ganair op­er­ates two re­turn ser­vices to Lon­don Stansted each week­day and one on Sun­day.

Mau­rice Boyle said: “Lo­ganair has been a long-time sup­porter of Dundee Air­port and we are ex­tremely pleased to un­veil our newly named air­craft.”

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