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Loganair cancel all flights

LOGANAIR has cancelled all flight throughout its network today (Thursday), the airline said a few moments ago.

The company’s commercial director Jonathan Hinkles said: “As with other airlines operating in Scotland, Loganair has cancelled all flights throughout its network due to the safety risk posed by the volcanic ash being carried from Iceland by prevailing winds towards the UK.

“At this time, we do not expect to operate any services for the remainder of the day, however this situation could change as we receive updates from Scottish air traffic control.

Passengers booked on today’s services will be able to:

*         Rebook on any flight within the next seven days where there are available seats, without any additional charge

*         Rebook for travel on any flight thereafter and pay any difference in fare

*         Obtain a refund for their journey if they decide not to travel in the future

“Our teams will continue to review the situation throughout the day and our customer service staff will do everything we can to assist passengers with their alternative travel plans.”

Meanwhile, today’s inter-island flights to Skerries, operated by Directflight, have also been cancelled.