Loganair (LM, Glasgow Int'l) made its final Do328-100 commercial flight last week, drawing to a close 24 years of Fairchild Dornier turboprop operations.

According to Flightradar24 ADS-B data, G-BYHG (msn 3098) carried out its last commercial flight on April 17 as LM308 Edinburgh-Norwich. The ch-aviation fleets module shows the Scottish airline has operated a total of five Do328s, of which two are now in service for MHS Aviation (Germany) (M2, Munich).

The move is part of Loganair's fleet renewal and type consolidation plan.

Following the collapse of flybmi (BM, Aberdeen Dyce) in February, Loganair has assumed multiple aircraft from its former sister carrier and fellow Airline Investments Limited subsidiary.

Loganair adopted part of flybmi's Embraer fleet, so that it now operates a total of thirteen E145s and four E135s, as well as four Saab 2000s, twelve Saab 340Bs, one DHC-6-300, two -400s, two S340A(QC)s, two Saab 340(F)s, and two BN-2s.