Tuesday 10th November 2020
Loganair Is On Its Way To Teesside

LNER HELPS CUSTOMERS TO RECYCLE ON THE MOVE

Scottish regional airline, Loganair, is set to land in Teesside Airport early next year with a network of five routes after the airline quit the airport back in 2018.

Flights to Aberdeen and Belfast City will operate from early February, with Dublin, Jersey and Newquay to be served from the summer providing much needed summer staycation favourites within easy reach of the Teesside and County Durham area.

Loganair will run up to seven flights a week to Dublin and Belfast City from the North East airport, with six flights a week to Aberdeen, three a week to Newquay and twice weekly t0 the island of Jersey.

Flights start at just £49.99 one-way and include 15kg hold luggage plus 6kg hand luggage as part of the fare, plenty of room for those summer outfits.

Tees Valley mayor Ben Houchen said at a press release: “Even in these tough times, it’s fantastic to be welcoming yet another airline partner back to Teesside International, giving people from the region, the wider north-east and Yorkshire even more options when flying domestically from their local airport.

“As well as offering more flexibility for our passengers, Loganair is also reintroducing the much-loved summer route to Jersey. This is yet another great destination as we continue to expand our 2021 holidays schedule and give people something to look forward to in these difficult times.

“I’m looking forward to us working more closely together in the future to offer even more exciting destinations.”

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