Loganair has unveiled the first of its new planes which will be flying on its Scotland-Ireland services.
The Scottish carrier – which is the largest regional airline in the UK – has introduced the new ATR-42-600 into its fleet; replacing the existing Saab 340 planes.
The new planes are larger and more fuel efficient. The outgoing Saab planes will be phased out over the summer.
Loganair will fly the new ATR planes on its routes out of Glasgow to Donegal, Islay, Benbecula and Sumburg beginning this month; and from Glasgow to Derry and Kirkwall from August.
Loganair chief executive Jonathan Hinkles said the fleet improvement marks “a major milestone” for the airline.