It has signed “interline agreements” with Air France, KLM and Thomas Cook Airlines, and is close to signing a deal with Emirates and three other international airlines.
These agreements allow passengers to connect seamlessly at Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and Norwich with baggage through-check to their final destination.
The arrangements come as part of Loganair’s Better Connected programme, designed to make the world more accessible for Scotland and make Scotland more accessible to the world, whether it is for tourism or business.
Single-ticket booking for ongoing flights across multiple carriers offers benefits including through check-in, protected connections in the event of delays, and APD savings of up to £78 per person on connections to long-haul destinations.
Loganair’s new agreements with KLM and Air France open up worldwide destinations via Amsterdam, from Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness, and Paris, from Aberdeen and Edinburgh.
Its deal with Thomas Cook Airlines, meanwhile, allows connections via Glasgow to destinations including the USA and the Mediterranean, and from Inverness and Norwich via Manchester to the likes of New York, Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, Seattle, Orlando and Las Vegas.
The forthcoming Emirates deal with further extend its reach to the Middle East, Far East and Australia.
Kay Ryan, Loganair commercial director, said: “These are exciting deals with some of the biggest names in international air travel.
“They mean a better, joined-up service for our customers – [and make] it easier for overseas tourists to come and visit some of the beautiful places we fly to in the Highlands and Islands.”