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Flybe’s check-in staff at Stornoway Airport have received a pledge they will not be made redundant after the airline ceases operations.

The company will stop its air service to Glasgow early next month.

Flybe’s ground handling operations at Stornoway was sub-contracted to its rival, continuing a previously established relationship between the two firms under their former franchise deal.

A Loganair spokesman confirmed there will be no redundancies in its ground handling operations in either Stornoway or Kirkwall as a result of loss of the Flybe contract for ground handling.

Fares on the route fell after Flybe set up in competition with Loganair in September.

But the airline say there was no sign of the flights becoming commercially viable.


No job losses after Flybe axes Stornoway service

6 February 2018