Shetland MSP Tavish Scott has urged the next Loganair Chief Executive to prioritise the needs of passengers, following the resignation of Stewart Adams yesterday.
Mr Adams, who joined Loganair from Singapore-based Tiger Airways in 2013, will remain in the post until April but his successor has not yet been announced.
The resignation follows months of ‘technical faults’ and delayed departures. Along with campaigners, Shetland MSP Tavish Scott has been calling for action to improve reliability.
Tavish Scott said:
“It is essential that the incoming Chief Executive addresses flight reliability, passenger delays and engineering challenges, which we have all been encountering, as a matter of urgency.
“Loganair must see this as a fresh start and an opportunity to regain confidence of islanders who depend on our lifeline air service.”