LONDON—Scottish carrier Loganair is planning to introduce electric-powered aircraft into its island-hopping flight services in the early 2020s. The airline, which is best known for operating the world’s shortest scheduled flight service—between Westray and Papa Westray in the Orkney Islands—wants to modify to electric propulsion the two eight-seater Britten-Norman Islanders used on the services. In an interview with Scottish newspaper The Press and Journal, Loganair ...

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