Started with one Piper Aztec in 1962, Loganair now has 15 aircraft in British Airways livery and flies passengers, post and freight to 25 destinations. It also operates part of the Scottish Air Ambulance service and the world’s shortest scheduled flight – the two-minute trip between Westray and Papa Westray on the Orkneys. The present firm was formed in March 1997 when Scott Grier led a management buyout of part of the original company’s fleet and routes. Since then sales have climbed 72% a year from an annualised £4.1m in 1998 to £21m in 2001, when the company, based at Glasgow airport, had 176 employees.
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