Glasgow-based Loganair, which has flown under franchise agreements with British Airways and Flybe for 24 years, will return to flying under its own name with a distinctly Scottish identity in the fall of 2017. Its current agreement with Flybe will end on Aug. 31, but its code-share agreement with British Airways will continue.
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