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Airline owners would assess viability of all routes says former Manx Airlines chief

Loganair has been put up for sale

Any new owners of Loganair would be expected to assess the ongoing viability of all routes the airline operates.

That's the view of former Manx Airlines boss Terry Liddiard.

The airline, which currently operates services between the Isle of Man and Liverpool, London City, London Heathrow, Birmingham and Manchester, has been put up for sale by its owners.

Mr Liddiard says Manx routes would inevitably come under scrutiny following a buy-out:

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