BDKLEZ wrote:And yet more new routes announced. They will be taking over from BE on EMA-GLA/EDI with 3x and 4x respective rotations Mon-Fri. Already started EMA-BRU/INV and EMA-ABZ to start early 2020. In addition, from early next year we have multiple additional routes supporting the oil & gas sector as well a new GLA-CWL connection. Further, we also have NQY-ABZ/NCL/GLA/NWI to start in the spring.
My original question seems to be justified. Are they dipping their toes in too many different ponds at the same time? I have a lot of time for Loganair given the historical connection with BD through Airlines of Britain (...I'm an ex BD employee) and I really wish them well with their bullish plans but my concern remains.
https://www.loganair.co.uk/new-flights- ... t-newquay/
LX138 wrote:At one point them seemed to operate almost every regional airliner going, which cannot be efficient for planning and crewing. That said, they do rely on a lot of subsidy flying - good for them, and this seems to see them through. I've taken the NOR-MAN service a few times, one of the more bizarre domestics one can take.
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