Loganair is like no other airline where dogs scurry under seats for take-off, geese scatter across runways and the view from the window catches at the heart

Loganair is like no other airline where dogs scurry under seats for take-off, geese scatter across runways and the view from the window catches at the heart

The Scotsman – IT IS 16 April, exactly 897 years since the martyrdom of Magnus, Orkneys patron saint, and the puffins, as if in acknowledgement of the anniversary, have chosen this day to return to their sea stack off Westray after months in the north Atlantic. Meanwhile, Captain Stuart Linklater, a senior pilot with Loganair, lifts the nose of the small plane known as the Islander from the runway at Kirkwall and plunges once more into his own natural environment the cool blue air above these green islands.

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