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About Loganair

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About Loganair: Scotland’s Airline

Loganair is a Scottish regional airline, serving 41 destinations across the UK, Republic of Ireland and Norway.

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.

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 example, the Saab 340 has an exceptionally good cross wind performance record over other aircraft types.

The aircraft capacity is also best suited to provide frequency, with most islands having a day return schedule.

Six of the Scottish routes served by Loganair are supported by external funding. The routes, namely Glasgow to Barra, Campbeltown, Tiree, Stornoway to Benbecula, Dundee to Stansted and the Inter Orkney Isles, are designated Public Service Obligation (PSO) routes. A PSO, one of only two state aid mechanisms within EU legislation for air services, is imposed on routes which are not commercially viable and are essential to counter the remoteness of the regions.


If you wish to apply to join our team, we would be pleased to receive your CV and retain your details for consideration when opportunities arise.

Our Head Office is adjacent to Glasgow Airport and we have people in the below roles at specified locations in the UK:

16 jobs with Loganair

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