KLM and Loganair announced today (March 04, 2020) that they have entered into a codeshare agreement, starting March 29. This agreement offers a network extension for both companies.
The two airlines now offer joint flights to Orkney Island, the Shetland Islands, and the Scottish Western Isles. Thanks to this new agreement, both KLM and Loganair customers will have access to more destinations. Loganair connects to the extensive KLM network via Aberdeen, Edinburg, Glasgow, and Inverness.
We look forward to working with Loganair, with which we are strengthening our network in the northern part of the United Kingdom. We have found a very reliable partner in Loganair, with whom we can offer passengers more transfer options and extra destinations in this beautiful part of ScotlandJan Vreeburg, director of alliances KLM
We have a great working relationship with KLM and this codeshare agreement is a natural progression. We look forward to bringing many more KLM passengers to connect onto our flights with the opportunity to visit our highlands, islands and the wider Loganair networkLoganair’s Chief Commercial Officer, Kay Ryan
Recently all we can see is the negative impact of COVID-19. In comparison to the continuous bad news, KLM and Loganair new codeshare is one of the single positive changes I could see in a while.
I hope we all could see even more good news to keep us optimistic about our tuff times.
Hoping for the best, Orel.