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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