A NEW television show on the BBC is to feature staff from Glasgow Airport-based Loganair.

The 10-part series will offer an exclusive insight into the lives of younger members of the team at the UK’s largest regional airline.

Loganair provided all-areas access to camera crews over several months for Sky High Club, which has been filmed as far afield as Shetland and Heathrow.

Among the 11 staff starring are a captain and an aircraft engineer who are balancing their personal lives with the busiest summer at work they have had to face to date.

Jonathan Hinkles, CEO of Loganair, said: “We are all incredibly proud of those who participated in Sky High Club and everyone in the wider team who made it possible.

“I’m truly grateful to the stars of the show for volunteering to share their personal and truly inspiring stories as part of the journey.”

Among the tales are that of the UK’s first commercial pilot living with HIV, who is attempting to update aviation legislation to achieve his dream.

The show also follows the UK’s youngest captain as he juggles life in the air with his love of street performing and his long-distance relationship in Shetland.

Producers also focus on an engineer who faces her biggest challenge yet as she converts a plane into an air ambulance in time for a patient to be transported the following morning.

And the series captures the close friendships of those at Loganair as it shows best mates from Manchester and Mauritius settling into their new lives as pilots.

The first episode will be shown on BBC Scotland at 10pm on Monday, with a second instalment set to air on Thursday, August 18.

A ‘series drop’ of all 10 episodes will be available on the BBC iPlayer from Monday.