Monday 19 October 2009

Summer schedule released by Loganair

A number of network improvements have been introduced by Scottish regional carrier Loganair as part of its summer 2010 schedule. The Flybe franchise carrier has put more than 300,000 seats on sale including the busy Easter and summer travel periods.
Loganair is introducing a number of enhancements to its 2010 schedule:

  • A new timetable between Aberdeen and Kirkwall, offering more seats at busy travel times and improving connections via Aberdeen to other UK domestic destinations.
  • More direct services between Edinburgh and Stornoway and more seats at busy travel times on the Inverness-Stornoway route.
  • Extra weekend services during the peak season between Aberdeen and Sumburgh.
  • More flights on routes from Edinburgh to Kirkwall and Sumburgh, offering up to three return flights each weekday on both routes.
  • Additional flights between Glasgow and Islay during the peak summer season.
Shetland and Orkney’s only direct international services, to Bergen in Norway, will operate once again between late May and mid August.

Services from September 6 to October 30, 2010 will be released for sale in late November.

The airline’s commercial director Jonathan Hinkles said: “Releasing our summer schedule now gives customers the opportunity to make their travel arrangements straight away and to benefit from the availability of our lowest fares. We’re also delighted to be announcing several important developments for our route network, designed to ensure that we continue to provide convenient schedules and extra seats at peak times on our key routes.”
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