Loganair Ltd is synonymous with aviation in Scotland, and since 1962 it has provided air travel to the communities of its home market to proudly earn the title of Scotland’s Airline. As well as providing life-line services to remote island communities, it serves the needs of the business and leisure traveller with frequent flights between Scotland’s cities and towns, as well as other destinations in the UK.
Through Loganair’s franchise partnership with Flybe, the network of flights on offer extends far beyond Loganair’s local markets. Scheduled connections over Aberdeen, Belfast City, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness onto the Flybe network ensure business and leisure travellers can enjoy high standards of customer service quality and hospitality with Loganair and Flybe.
And through the Flybe alliance with Air France, Loganair’s reach becomes truly global. Loganair adopts the Flybe brand and product specifications, though the service offering may differ depending on the routing.
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Otherwise the Flybe product and service applies to Loganair cross border flights and services connecting with Flybe.
For the Loganair Conditions of Carriage, please see: http://www.loganair.co.uk/services/cargo#carriage-conditions
Stobart Air, formerly Aer Arann, has agreed a partnership with Flybe which will see Stobart Air operate services to mainland Europe. As part of a five-year deal, Stobart Air will operate Flybe-branded aircraft on six new European routes from London Southend Airport. All routes will fly from London Southend Airport to Rennes, Caen Normandy, and Groningen.
The franchise agreement means that passengers on the aforementioned routes can book their flights on Flybe.com.
With the addition of the franchise agreement with Flybe, Stobart Air operates 764 flights per week across 33 routes from 22 departure points throughout the UK, France, Belgium, Germany, Holland and Ireland.
Stobart Air is owned by the Stobart Group along with other investors. Stobart Group’s aviation assets comprise London Southend Airport; Carlisle Lake District Airport; Stobart Air; plus air freight, maintenance and airport services.
Please see Stobart Air Conditions of Carriage
Blue Islands is an independently owned Channel Islands based airline, operating services between Guernsey and Jersey and to the UK and Europe since 2003, providing life-line services to our Channel Islands communities and serving our local business and tourism economies.
Blue Islands has agreed a franchise partnership with Flybe which will see it operate services in Flybe branded aircraft between the Channel Islands and the United Kingdom. Blue Islands operates 1,100 flights per month across its routes between Guernsey and Southampton, and from Jersey to Bristol, Geneva, London City and Southampton, together with flights between Guernsey and Jersey themselves.
The services on offer extend far beyond Blue Islands' own routes with scheduled connections over Southampton and London City onto UK and European destinations in the Flybe network to ensure business and leisure travelers alike can enjoy effortless connectivity to and from Guernsey and Jersey.
Flybe and franchisees make every effort to operate to their published schedules. There are occasions however, where it is not possible to do so and a flight may be delayed or cancelled. This notification informs you of your rights under EC Regulation No 261/2004 should this happen; it does not give you any additional contractual rights. This law is applicable to all passengers departing from an airport within the EU and to all passengers travelling into an EU Member State on an EU carrier unless they have received assistance in the country of departure. It is the operating carrier's responsibility to meet these requirements.
In the event that Flybe or one of its franchise partners fail to operate to schedule meaning a connection booked as part of a Flybe Connection is missed, then we will make every effort to reacommodate passengers onto the nearest available flight.