Highland siblings celebrate after being part of Loganair milestone

Twins Archie and Florrie Gray with their award. Photo provided by Loganair.

A brother and sister from Inverness have become Loganair’s 150,000th passenger on board the airline’s service from Inverness to Manchester.

Fourteen-year-old siblings Archie and Florrie Gray were ready to board their biweekly flight to visit their father Richard Gray in Manchester when they were greeted with a surprise special by Loganair staff.

The twins were told by the airline’s head of revenue and sales, Donna McHugh, of the milestone, during which they received a free flight to mark the occasion.

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Loganair has a number of flights from Inverness.

The route between the Highland capital and Manchester was launched by Loganair in 2017 and has 10 flights per week between the cities.

“Excellent reason to celebrate”

LoganairLuke Lovegrove, Chief Commercial Officer, said: “We pride ourselves on connecting communities across the UK and through our growing range of airline partners we are enabling customers with global connectivity which is true for this route. Inverness – Manchester. .

“Achieving passenger milestones like this gives us a great reason to celebrate as we continue to grow our network and who better to mark the occasion than Archie and Florrie who are regular passengers on the service.”

Mr Gray added: “I know my children are in good hands with Loganair every time they fly with them and I am absolutely thrilled to have them part of this celebration, memories that will last forever with them. “.

In addition to Manchester, Loganair offers regular flights from Inverness Airport to Benbecula, Kirkwall, Stornoway and Sumburgh, as well as connections to Belfast, Birmingham and Dublin respectively.

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