Scottish regional airline Loganair is continuing its recent expansion with a series of new services linking three Scottish destinations with London Southend Airport. Southend is a small but growing airport some 40 miles east of central London. Glasgow-based Loganair will launch a 3X-daily weekday service from Aberdeen on May 12, followed by the same frequency from Glasgow on May 28. Services from Stornoway, in the Outer Hebrides island chain off northwest Scotland, will connect with the ...

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