UK regional airline, Loganair, which flies from Glasgow and the Scottish islands to UK and European destinations, has been put up for sale. The airline, founded by Willie Logan in 1962, has been majority owned by two brothers helicopter entrepreneurs Stephen and Peter Bond since 2012. The business is being sold as a trading airline, which it is hoped the new owner will continue to operate in its current form. The Bond brothers hope to find a buyer by mid-2023. Loganair chief executive Jonathan Hinkles said: “After 25 years as investors in Loganair – initially as part-owners and since 2012
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