Loganair ATR72-600

Loganair announced a new interline partnership with Aer Lingus becoming operational with immediate effect, enabling Loganair passenger’s new access to North American routes via Aer Lingus hub’s at Dublin from Aberdeen and Inverness, and Manchester from the Isle of Man and Newquay.

Aer Lingus passengers as part of the partnership will have increased connectivity to Loganair’s unique Scottish route network.

Aer Lingus Chief Strategy and Planning Officer, Reid Moody, said “As we enter into peak summer with our largest transatlantic schedule to date, we are delighted to announce our interline agreement with Loganair, giving customers that are connecting from Manchester and Dublin more access and choice to North America. Today, close to 40% of our transatlantic passengers connect in Dublin, which we hope will now increase with this new partnership.”

Loganair CEO Jonathan Hinkles, said “Loganair are incredibly pleased to announce this partnership with Aer Lingus, which adds to our ever-increasing portfolio of interline and codeshare agreements. Through our partnership, customers flying to America from Scotland via Dublin can clear customs in Ireland before departure and enter the US with the comfort of knowing they can start their vacation as soon as they land stateside. We look forward to working with Aer Lingus long into the future.”

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