Scot­tish in­de­pen­dence

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Lo­ganair started in Glas­gow in the 1960s and grew rapidly, with ser­vices to the High­lands and Is­lands and then fur­ther afield, be­com­ing Manch­ester Air­port’s sec­ond-busiest car­rier. Then, twenty-four years ago, it be­came a fran­chise air­line op­er­at­ing ser­vices for Bri­tish Air­ways and Flybe in those com­pa­nies’ liv­er­ies. Now it has an­nounced that, from this au­tumn, it will op­er­ate in its own right again, cre­at­ing ‘a na­tional air­line for Scot­land, head­quar­tered in Scot­land’. To this end, it has added a fur­ther SAAB 340, G-LGNZ, to its fleet.

The reg­is­tra­tion of the UK’S only Swearin­gen Metro, G-CEGE has been can­celled

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