Scottish company to treat its Norwich Airport customers with special tipple
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Passengers taking to the sky from Norwich tomorrow will able to raise a glass to mark the birthday of a famous poet and song writer.
Scottish airline, Loganair, has organised for its customers departing from Norwich Airport to receive a miniature bottle of Famous Grouse whiskey for a special toast to Robert 'Rabbie' Burns.
Jonathan Hinkles, Loganair's managing director, said: 'A nip of one of Scotland's finest whiskies is a fitting way to mark the birthday of the country's national poet.
'As Scotland's airline, the nation's broad cultural heritage is important to us so we thought it would be a pleasant surprise for customers.
'I very much hope all of our passengers travelling for Burns suppers have a fantastic evening.'
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The airline, owned and headquartered in Scotland, will soon be operating as an independent airline when its franchise agreement with Flybe terminates on August 31.
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