Passengers travelling with airline Loganair can now reap the awards of a newly unveiled loyalty scheme, entitled Clan Loganair.
The promotional scheme rewards frequent customers of the carrier who accumulate points for each journey which can then be exchanged for reward flights.
Loganair has designed a competitive loyalty structure which means passengers will be eligible to claim a reward flight (excluding taxes and fees) after 8 return trips across the airline’s network of over 40 destinations.
It will also be offering more points per pound than many of its competitors, making it quicker to earn enough credit to claim a reward flight.
The airline exited the Avios loyalty scheme following the finalisation of its franchise arrangement with Flybe on August 31, with passengers now invited to join Clan Loganair by enrolling at Loganair.co.uk
While it is known for its regular services to Glasgow, airline Loganair also provides daily connections between Manchester, Norwich and Inverness.
The regional carrier flies up to three times per day to Norwich from Manchester Airport, with a journey time of only one hour verses four and a half via rail or road.
For anyone with business interests in Inverness, Loganair also connects with the city in an hour and twenty minutes, also, up to three times per day.
Finally, with numerous daily services to Glasgow, customers can not only travel to Scotland’s biggest city, but also connect with Loganair’s huge network across the beautiful landscapes which make-up the country’s Highlands and Islands.
A trip to Barra to experience the world’s only beach landing airport is a short hop away while customers can visit Orkney or Shetland to take in all these two beautiful groups of islands have to offer.
Whether the reason for travel is for business or pleasure, Loganair’s network of 40 destinations across Scotland, England, Dublin or Bergen will open up a wealth of different travel options for your next adventure.
To book a flight or have a look around the network visit www.loganair.co.uk.