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Loganair to operate Scottish Western Islands service following collapse of Highland Airways.

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Regional British airline Flybe said today that it franchise carrier, Loganair, will operate a Scottish Western Islands service after Highland Airways, the previous operator of the service, went into administration this week.

From Monday, Loganair will operate two weekly return flights every weekday between Stornoway and Benbecula in conjunction with the Comhairle nan Eilean Siar.

The service will be operated using a 33-seat Saab 340B aircraft, with 30-minute flights departing Stornoway at 09:05 and 15:45 and return flights departing Benbecula at 10:05 or 11:05 and 16:45.

These flights can be booked now, with fares starting at GBP34.99 one-way, including taxes and charges.

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