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Published on Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Loganair and Emirates sign interline agreement




Loganair and Emirates have signed an interline agreement.

It means Loganair passengers from Scotland's Highlands and Islands can travel via Glasgow and Edinburgh with their luggage on one ticket to anywhere on the Emirates network.

Passengers have the added advantages of being protected if their connecting flights are disrupted and also avoid paying £78 Air Passenger Duty.

The agreement will see some of Scotland's smallest and most remote airports displayed on Emirate's online booking system.

Loganair commercial director Kay Ryan said "Emirates is a leader in international air travel and we're thrilled to welcome them into our 'Better Connected' programme.

"This will open up an extensive range of airlinks to passengers via Edinburgh and Glasgow, so will be of real benefit to not only our Highlands and Islands customers, but also regions like Norwich and Dundee."

Turkish Airlines, Air France, KLM, and Thomas Cook Airlines have already signed up to the 'Better Connected' initiative.
 

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