Airlines compete on Scottish Highlands and islands routes

Airlines compete on Scottish Highlands and islands routes

 Loganair has started operations as an independent airline for the first time in 25 years.

 The move has brought competition to a number of routes in the Highlands and Islands. 

Loganair has been operating as a franchise partner of Flybe, which will now compete with it through an alliance with Humberside-based Eastern Airways. 

The routes affected include Glasgow to Stornoway and flights to Shetland from Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Glasgow. The airlines will also be flying from Aberdeen to Orkney. 

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