Description: Loganair, Scotland’s airline, operates over 50 scheduled service routes in the UK, also serving Norway and Ireland and flying to more UK airports than any other airline. Loganair began flying under its own brand on 1 September 2017 after 25 years operating under franchise agreements. The airline carries a diverse mix of customers across its route network from business to leisure to visiting friends and family. It also provides exceptional connectivity beyond the United Kingdom through its hubs at Glasgow, Edinburgh and Manchester via its code share partners.
Loganair has a fleet of 29 aircraft and operates five different types to meet the varied requirements of regional flying within the UK. The Loganair fleet consist of the following aircraft: Britten-Norman Islander, de Haviland DHC-6 Twin Otter, Dornier 328, Saab 340, and the Saab 2000. The fleet mix and type is required to deal with the challenging airfield environments i.e. short runways, Barra beach, and equally with the challenging weather conditions within Scotland.
For this tour, you can fly any regional/commuter aircraft of your choice, but for realism, any of the above will be fine.