Scottish regional carrier Loganair plans to increase the use of jets in coming years, as existing turboprop aircraft are retired. Its current fleet consists of a single Embraer ERJ145, 13 Saab 340s and five Saab 2000s, plus three Dornier 328s, three Twin Otters and two Britten-Norman Islanders. The airline operates a wide range of essential air services throughout the Scottish Highlands and offshore island groups such as the Western Isles, Orkneys and Shetlands, as well as to destinations ...

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