Loganair has put its biggest summer timetable on sale on the back of six new routes revealed yesterday.
Travel until the end of August 2020 is available, including improved schedules and more seats on some existing routes including many to and from the Highlands and Islands in Scotland.
More frequencies are being added from Edinburgh to Bergen and Stavanger and jet services introduced from the Scottish capital and Inverness to Stornoway for the first time with a rise in capacity.
The Isle of Man will receive more frequent services with a 50% increase in Edinburgh flights.
A new Saturday morning flight between Glasgow and Southend will provide a daily link to the capital and a connection between Southend and Stornoway.
Extra flights between Norwich and Manchester will run on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
The additional flights are in addition to new routes from Glasgow to Cardiff from February 27; Aberdeen-Haugesund and Abderdeen-East Midlands from February 24; Aberdeen-Newcastle-Brussels from October 28 this year; Newcastle-Bergen from April 26 and Newcastle-Guernsey from May 23 for the summer.
Loganair managing director Jonathan Hinkles said: “We’re delighted to announce these significant service enhancements on many of our existing routes, following on from yesterday’s launch of six new jet services across the Loganair network.
“The changes are an essential part of listening to our customers and developing our services to meet their needs.
“The summer 2020 schedule will be our largest ever, and customers can now book their travel plans for Easter and throughout next summer.”
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