Amsterdam – WEBWIRE

KLM and Loganair announced that they have entered into a codeshare arrangement, setting up March 29. This arrangement delivers a community extension for both of those companies.

The two airlines now give joint flights to Orkney Island, the Shetland Islands and the Scottish Western Isles. Thanks to this new arrangement, both of those KLM and Loganair consumers will have obtain to a lot more destinations. Loganair connects to the substantial KLM community by using Aberdeen, Edinburg, Glasgow and Inverness.

“We glimpse forward to doing the job with Loganair, with which we are strengthening our community in the northern component of the United Kingdom. We have located a really reputable associate in Loganair, with whom we can give passengers a lot more transfer alternatives and excess destinations in this stunning component of Scotland.” Jan Vreeburg, director of alliances KLM

“We have a good doing the job romantic relationship with KLM and this codeshare arrangement is a purely natural development. We glimpse forward to bringing a lot of a lot more KLM passengers to link onto our flights with the possibility to stop by our highlands, islands and the wider Loganair community.” Loganair’s Main Professional Officer, Kay Ryan

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