Sunday, 13 August 2017

New Routes For Loganair

The Scottish local airline Loganair has announced new services linking Aberdeen with Durham Tees Valley Airport and Norwich. 

The Scottish airline believes the flights, from 15th October, will attract passengers working in the offshore energy industries. Aberdeen is a key departure point for numerous helicopter departures to the North Sea oil and gas platforms.

The routes will be operated by 33-seat Saab 340 aircraft painted in the new tartan livery, now that the airline flies under its own brand and not that of ex-franchise partner Flybe. 

Durham Tees Valley chief executive Steve Gill said it was a "real shot in the arm for the airport" and good news for the business community.

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