Scotland's Airline


Are you looking to explore the North Coast 500? We make it easier, Loganair Scotland’s airline, the longest established UK airline and the largest airline to be based in Scotland. We fly direct from Edinburgh, Kirkwall, Stornoway, Manchester and Dublin to Inverness and Wick the perfect place to start and finish the North Coast 500. Our code share partners British Airways and BMI regional allow us to connect to over 200 destinations around the world with just one booking, making it easier for you to get to the North of Scotland.

If you’re looking at camping or staying for a longer period of time, you’ll be pleased to know that our fares include 20kg of hold luggage allowing you to bring all the essential that you may require whilst on your trip. Loganair also offer an inclusive on board service allowing you to sit and relax and take in the views before your adventure around the north coast begins.

If you’re not sure how long you want to travel for, or if you decide to stay in Scotland a little longer, our flexible fares allow for you to have peace of mind in case you change your mind. With three ranges of fare you can find one that suits you and your plans.

If you’re thinking of making the North Coast 500 a family affair, we also offer 33% discount on child bookings age 2 – 11, meaning that everyone can be a part of the adventure.

When you get to the North coast why not travel at your own pace by booking a hire car from Europcar. With locations at Inverness Airport picking up a car and starting your adventure couldn’t be easier. What makes it even better is that if you book your car directly through our website you’re guaranteed a 15% discount off your car hire.

Loganair making it easier to explore the North Coast 500.

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