Scotland’s Loganair To Grow Jet Fleet As Turboprops Retire

Scottish regional carrier Loganair aims to make increasing use of jets in coming years, as existing turboprop aircraft are retired. Loganair’s current fleet consists of a single Embraer ERJ-145, as well as 13 Saab 340s and five Saab 2000s, plus three Dornier 328s, three Twin Otters and two Britten...

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