BA and Loganair expand codeshare agreement

BA and Loganair
By Lisa James
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British Airways and Loganair have expanded their codeshare agreement, promising more choice and connectivity for customers travelling across the UK.

The expansion sees 18 new UK routes added, giving BA customers access to 38 Loganair services, meaning that customers can book onward connections from destinations across the airline’s route network, or point-to-point travel in the UK more easily through the BA website.

Customers who book onto these selected routes operated by Loganair through the BA website can also earn Avios and Tier points as part of British Airways’ Executive Club programme.

In addition, BA customers travelling from Aberdeen or the Isle of Man to Manchester will also now be able to connect onto British Airways’ code share flights on other carriers, including oneworld partners, from the north-west hub.

Destinations include New York, Barbados and Orlando, allowing customers to book a single ticket with assured connections. 

The news of a codeshare expansion between the two carriers comes as Loganair celebrates its 60th birthday, making it the oldest UK airline still operating under its original name.

Routes now available to book include:

  • Aberdeen to Belfast City, Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester, and Southampton
  • City of Derry to London and Liverpool
  • Cornwall Airport Newquay to Manchester
  • Exeter to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle
  • Isle of Man to Birmingham, Edinburgh and Manchester
  • Inverness to Birmingham
  • Norwich to Aberdeen and Edinburgh
  • Teesside to Southampton

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