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Loganair partnership with easyJet launches

Posted 8 December 2017 · Add Comment

Scotland's Airline, Loganair has officially commenced its partnership with international carrier easyJet, as part of its new Worldwide service - which went live today.



Worldwide by easyJet’ is the first global airline connections service by a European low fares airline, which also offers stand-alone flights from partner airlines with complementary networks.

Booking Loganair flights via the easyJet website will enable easyJet passengers to easily book onward flights – e.g. from Glasgow and Edinburgh with Loganair to Scotland’s Highlands and Islands, including the Glasgow – Barra link, the world’s only scheduled service to a beach airport. ‘Worldwide by easyJet’ provides partner airlines with access to one of the biggest travel websites in Europe.

Andrew Middleton, Ancillary Revenue Director for easyJet, commented: ”We’re delighted that as of today, the 360 million annual visitors to easyJet.com can now discover more destinations across Scotland through our latest ‘Worldwide by easyJet’ partner, Loganair.”

Jonathan Hinkles, Managing Director of Loganair commented: “We believe this exciting partnership with easyJet will open up the beautiful Highlands and Islands to a whole new audience and Loganair is looking forward to welcoming them on board.”

Minister for Transport and the Islands Humza Yousaf said: “This is excellent news for the communities served by Loganair, improving connectivity and making it even easier to access easyJet’s network of onward destinations.

“Enabling more convenient connections to and from Scotland, and the Highlands and Islands in particular, will benefit both businesses and tourists looking to experience our world famous hospitality.

“I wish both airlines every success with this new venture.”

The launch in September was a first step and easyJet will now continue to sign up and integrate other airlines with the ‘Worldwide by easyJet’ product.

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