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Scottish airline Loganair has agreed a new distribution deal with travel technology giant Sabre.
Loganair is relaunching as an independent carrier next month when a long-running franchise deal with Flybe ends on August 31.
The deal with Sabre means that TMCs now have access to Loganair’s fares through the Sabre Red booking platform.
Loganair has also announced an expanded codeshare agreement with British Airways for flights from September 1.
Kay Ryan, commercial director at Loganair, said: “We are committed to growing our network of regional flights and improving connections between major UK hubs.
“Corporate travel is a huge focus for us as we look to connect the country’s thriving industrial regions and provide more opportunities for people to travel from their local airports.
“We teamed up with Sabre to offer more access to our content for our agency partners and make it easier for businesses and consumers alike to access our fares.”