Scottish airline applies for route licences

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SCOTTISH regional airline Loganair has applied for an air transport licence in Guernsey.

One of Loganair’s fleet of Saab 2000 aircraft which have been rebranded with a tartan tail since it ended its franchise agreement with Flybe.

The airline has plans to operate a scheduled passenger service between Guernsey and Glasgow and Guernsey and Durham Tees Valley.

No airlines fly from here to either of these airports.

To fly to the Scottish city currently, islanders have to go to another airport and get a connection.

Loganair operates services from Jersey to Edinburgh, Manchester and Norwich.

The States’ Transport Licensing Authority will consider the application in the coming weeks.

People who wish to submit a representation about either route licence have 14 days to do so from today, and can send them to the TLA.

Written representations are to be sent to PO Box 459 at Raymond Falla House.

Full story in today's Guernsey Press


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