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Kay Ryan: Loganair looks ahead to new air links from Belfast City Airport

Kay Ryan thinks Northern Ireland has an affinity with Scotland, writes Lisa Smyth

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Optimistic: Kay Ryan, Loganair’s chief commercial officer

Optimistic: Kay Ryan, Loganair’s chief commercial officer

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Optimistic: Kay Ryan, Loganair’s chief commercial officer

The demise of Flybe in March was a devastating blow for its customers, staff and Belfast City Airport.

Very quickly, Scottish airline Loganair stepped in and announced plans to take up 16 Flybe flights across the UK, including an intention to run some of the former Flybe routes in and out of Belfast City Airport.

However, as the coronavirus came crashing down on the world, its plans to fill the void left at Belfast City Airport were thrown into chaos.