Wednesday 16th August 2017
Scotland's Airline Launches Flights From Durham Tees Valley

Loganair, that calls itself Scotland's Airline, is to launch new services linking Aberdeen, Durham Tees Valley Airport and Norwich, commencing on 15th October 2017.

The regional airline will provide up to three weekday non-stop flights between Durham Tees Valley Airport and Aberdeen with one flight on Sunday and will also restore air links between the North-East and East Anglia after two decades by introducing a non-stop flight, six days a week linking Durham Tees Valley Airport with Norwich Airport.

The move will see the introduction of Loganair’s first routes at Durham Tees Valley Airport.

Both of the new routes will benefit from a codeshare with Loganair’s sister company bmi Regional. Passengers travelling via Aberdeen can access easy onward links to Orkney, Shetland, the Danish seaport of Esbjerg and Norway’s capital, Oslo.

The new services will be operated by a 34-seat Saab 340B aircraft. Flights will leave Durham Tees Valley at 07:20 (Mon-Thu), 10:20 (Mon-Thu) and 17:10 (Sun-Fri) and 20:20 (Thu-Fri) for the one-hour flight to Aberdeen. Return flights from Aberdeen will leave at 08:50 (Mon-Thu); 13:00 (Sun-Fri) and 18:50 (Sun-Fri).

Flights from Durham Tees Valley to Norwich will leave at 14:20 (Sun-Fri), arriving in Norwich at 15:20. Return flights from Norwich will depart at 16:00 (Sun-Fri), arriving in Durham Tees Valley at 17:00.

Lead-in fares to Aberdeen begin at £69.99 each way while prices for a one-way ticket to Norwich will start at £49.99. All Loganair fares include a complimentary 20kg checked baggage allowance and in-flight refreshments. Book them now available by clicking here.

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