A Loganair boss switched planes in order to avoid a 2-hour delay
Loganair have previously faced criticism over the punctuality and safety of its flights and the company has pledged to improve the situation, the airline also launched a scheme called Project Optima in summer 2015 which is planned to be a”complete review of the company’s operations”.
Aviation website Flightontime.info, which monitors airline punctuality, reported that last year Loganair had 75.9% of flights arriving within 15 minutes of schedule, which is just below the industry average of 76.5%.
The company recently announced a £15m investment programme, which includes £4m for two new planes and a £6m investment in a new facility in Glasgow to improve the speed repairs can be made to its fleet.
This demonstrates that flight delays can be prevented and planes can be switched in order to ensure passengers arrive safely without disruption to their enjoyable holiday plans.
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