Flybmi collapse: 5 key air routes saved by Loganair
by Traveleads | February 22, 2019 | In The Air Latest News
Loganair, which has the same owner (Airline Investments) as Flybmi, relaunches some routes – but passengers will be required to buy new tickets
Scotland-based Loganair has stepped in to secure five key air routes following the collapse of rival flybmi. The regional airline will launch three routes from Aberdeen
- Aberdeen to Bristol (commences 4th March)
- Aberdeen to Oslo (commences 4th March)
- Aberdeen to Esbjerg (commences 4th March)
These will be followed by departures from Newcastle
- Newcastle to Stavanger (commences 25th March)
- Newcastle to Brussels (commences 25th March)
Jonathan Hinkles, Loganair managing director, said: “It’s always really sad to see an airline go out of business, and our thoughts are with all those affected – particularly staff members.
“We are evaluating flybmi’s wider network and assessing routes which align with Loganair’s distinct geographical area and overall strategic plans.
“We are also working on employment opportunities for pilots, cabin crew and engineering support staff to strengthen the Loganair team.”
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