Loganair (LM, Glasgow International) retired its last Saab 340B on January 25, 2024, with a farewell flight from Kirkwall via Inverness to Glasgow International operated by G-LGNA (msn 340B-199).

"The Saab 340s have been essential to our operation of island services over the years, connecting remote communities with the mainland and delivering over 8 million customers along with food, newspapers, pets and mail. As someone whose aviation journey was prompted by a strong passion for flying, I am personally very sad to see these aircraft go, but we look forward to introducing our new ATR fleet to our customers who will love the space and comfort they offer," outgoing Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Hinkles said.

Sistership G-LGNJ (msn 340B-173) was retired earlier on the same day.

As previously reported, the airline is replacing its fleet of Saab (Sweden) turboprops with ATR - Avions de Transport Régional aircraft of which it currently operates five ATR42-500s, two ACV!AT4260s, four ATR72-500(F)s, and six ATR72-600s. It plans to add at least three more ATR72-600s on lease, the ch-aviation fleets module shows.