Singapore Airlines has launched a new interline agreement with Scottish carrier Loganair.
The deal allows customers to make a single booking to fly from four airports in Scotland, England and the Isle of Man, transferring onto SIA’s long-haul services from Manchester and Heathrow.
Interlining is available on Loganair’s route from Aberdeen to Manchester, connecting onto SIA’s flights to both Houston and Singapore, and from Inverness to Manchester, connecting onto SIA services to Singapore.
The agreement is also in place for Loganair flights from the Isle of Man to Manchester, connecting onto SIA flights to Singapore, and on the Scottish carrier’s Teesside-London Heathrow service, connecting onto SIA flights to Singapore.
Loganair has a number of interline agreements with other carriers including United, and recently expanded its codeshare deal with British Airways, giving BA customers access to a total of 38 of Loganair’s UK routes.