Scottish regional airline Loganair plans to build a fleet of around 20 ATR 42-500 turboprops over the next several years as it begins to replace its long-serving Saab 340s and 2000s. The first of five Saab 2000s has already departed and the remaining four are expected to leave the Glasgow-based carrier’s service by mid-April 2020, with the smaller 340s being progressively retired as their leases expire. The airline operates two 340As and 14 340Bs, with four of the fleet converted to ...

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