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Loganair Year-Round Service to Donegal Takes Flight

Loganair’s summer schedule between Glasgow and Donegal has commenced as part of a flying programme that will now deliver vital year-round connectivity between the two destinations.

The UK’s largest regional airline is the only carrier offering a direct air link between the Northwest of Ireland and the UK.

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Loganair’s summer schedule returned on Sunday, offering up to three flights weekly for the majority of the season. The route will continue through the winter, with flights taking place Fridays and Sundays, enabling weekend visits and providing sought-after year-round connectivity.

Luke Lovegrove, Chief Commercial Officer, Loganair, said: With up to three flights a week, we are enabling greater travel opportunities between Glasgow and Donegal, and we expect to carry more customers this summer on the Donegal to Glasgow than ever before.

“We’re really happy to be maintaining service to Donegal throughout the winter, ensuring year-round connectivity between the UK and Northwest Ireland and would encourage customers to book as early as possible to secure the best fares.”

Throughout the summer the service will operate up to three times per week and twice weekly from 28th October when the winter schedule begins.

Eilís Docherty, Managing Director, Donegal Airport, said: “Donegal Airport are delighted to welcome Loganair back for Summer 2024 and are looking forward to welcoming both new and existing customers to this route.  We are expecting a busy summer season and the agreement to operate flights year-round will meet the demand for a direct air link between two closely connected regions.”

Geoff Percival
Geoff Percival
Geoff has worked in business, news, consumer and travel journalism for more than 25 years; having worked for and contributed to the likes of The Irish Examiner, Business & Finance, Business Plus, The Sunday Times, The Irish News, Senior Times, and The Sunday Tribune.

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