British Airways Extends Loganair Codeshares

British Airways has extended its codeshare relationship with Loganair to include Edinburgh – Bergen & Stavanger.

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Loganair Embraer 135 Aircraft
Loganair Embraer 135 Aircraft (Image Credit: Loganair)

British Airways has a long-running codeshare with Loganair, which for the past two years has operated as an independent airline after previously being a Flybe and BA franchisee.

This has been largely limited to UK domestic flights from Scottish airports to the Highlands and Islands.

However, this has now been extended to two international routes from Edinburgh to Bergen and Stavanger in Norway. These two routes were suspended by BA from London Heathrow in October 2017.

Loganair flies to Bergen three times weekly on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. It flies to Stavanger four times weekly on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

Both routes are operated with Embraer E135 aircraft with 37 seats in a single cabin configuration.

Edinburgh – Bergen

Flight LM381 / BA4101 Depart Edinburgh 11:55 – Arrive Bergen 14:15 (Tuesday, Thursday)
Flight LM381 / BA4101 Depart Edinburgh 14:00 – Arrive Bergen 16:20 (Saturday)

Flight LM382 / BA4102 Depart Bergen 14:55 – Arrive Edinburgh 15:15 (Tuesday, Thursday)
Flight LM382 / BA4102 Depart Bergen 16:55 – Arrive Edinburgh 17:10 (Saturday)

Edinburgh – Stavanger

Flight LM385 / BA4001 Depart Edinburgh 11:55 – Arrive Stavanger 14:05 (Monday, Wednesday, Sunday)
Flight LM385 / BA4001 Depart Edinburgh 08:30 – Arrive Stavanger 10:40 (Friday)

Flight LM386 / BA4002 Depart Stavanger 14:45 – Arrive Edinburgh 15:00 (Monday, Wednesday, Sunday)
Flight LM386 / BA4002 Depart Stavanger 11:25 – Arrive Edinburgh 11:40 (Friday)

Like existing codeshares with Loganair, they can only be booked as part of a connecting itinerary to / from a British Airways flight, in this case between London and Edinburgh. They cannot be booked in insolation.

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