UK-based regional carrier Loganair is to resume services under its own name in 2017, following 24 years operating under franchise arrangements with larger airlines. The move follows a split with its current franchisor, flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline. Loganair, headquartered at Glasgow, Scotland, will cease to be a franchisee for UK-based flybe on Aug. 31 next year.  In a statement, flybe said the split had arisen “following a failure to agree future operational ...

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