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Loganair forms partnership with Europcar UK

Posted 11 September 2017 · Add Comment

Loganair has formed a partnership with global car rental specialists, Europcar UK, offering vehicle hire from 16 airports across the airline's network.

Booking through a dedicated Europcar landing page - which can be accessed via - the airline’s passengers will be eligible for a regular reduction off online rates on all car categories.
Europcar's network spans 130 countries and territories around the world. It has won numerous awards including TripAdvisor Travellers Choice Winner accolades in the UK, France, Spain and Germany.

In the United Kingdom, it operates a fleet of more than 40,000 cars with an average age of less than five months, alongside a luxury fleet and 7,000 vans.

Kay Ryan, Loganair’s commercial director said: “This is the latest high-profile partnership we’ve secured since ‘flying solo’ which will be a real benefit to our customers.

“Loganair has an unrivalled network of air-connectivity throughout Scotland and this relationship with Europcar greatly enhances onward road transportation options for our passengers upon arrival.

“Europcar is one of the biggest names in the business, offering a substantial range of services at extremely competitive prices - especially when combined with Loganair’s special discounted rate.”

”We are delighted to enter into this partnership, helping Loganair provide flexible vehicle hire to their customers so that they can get the most out of their trip,” said Gary Smith, Managing Director of Europcar UK Group.

“With discounted Europcar car hire, Loganair passengers can explore the amazing sights and scenery that Scotland has to offer.”

The 16 participating airports are: Aberdeen, Bergen, Dundee, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Isle of Man, Jersey, Kirkwall, Leeds-Bradford, Sumburgh, Manchester, Norwich, Stansted and Wick.


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