Loganair boss announces plan to step down

Loganair boss announces plan to step down

The chief executive of Scottish carrier Loganair is to leave in the spring.

Stewart Adams is to step down in April and the airline has started the search for a successor.

Adams, who joined in 2013 from Singapore-based Tiger Airways, said: “For personal reasons the time is now right for me to step down.”

Loganair chairman, David Harrison, said Adams informed the board of his decision late last year.

Harrison said: “His experience has proved to be a significant asset, particularly while we have been developing a major raft of initiatives to ensure our punctuality and customer service are soon back at the levels which our customers have rightly come to expect.”

The Glasgow-based airline serves 31 routes across Scotland’s Highlands and Islands and the UK using Flybe livery. 


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