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Loganair takes over Isle of Man - London City route from BA

Posted 20 August 2020 · Add Comment

Loganair will commence the interim provision of scheduled services between Isle of Man and London City airports from Tuesday 1st September, taking over from British Airways, which will cease operations on that date.

Kay Ryan, chief commercial officer, Loganair.
Courtesy Loganair / copyright Chris Watt

The Glasgow-based airline will provide a daily service, with the exception of Saturdays, with tickets now initially on sale until the end of October.

Loganair, the UK’s largest regional airline, had previously operated the route on behalf of BA City Flyer, but now takes it over as its own service using a 49-seat ATR42-500 turboprop aircraft.

Chief commercial officer Kay Ryan said: “We understand the importance of this route and we are pleased to assist the Isle of Man and London by stepping in to ensure this vital link continues uninterrupted. Whilst flights are not yet available to book past 31st October, we do hope to be able to extend our travel window in the not too distant future.”

Meanwhile Loganair advises customers who had previously booked with British Airways for flights from the start of September that they must now seek a refund for these tickets and re-book with Loganair.



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