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Loganair to launch Derry service

Loganair is launching a Glasgow to Derry air service after the recent Ryanair announcement to discontinue the route.

The regional carrier, which has a long history of operating between the two cities, will commence the link on Sunday 28 October.

Operating five days per week, Loganair will utilise a 33-seat Saab 340 aircraft on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday with a larger, 50-capacity Saab 2000 aircraft used for Sunday evening services.  

Services will depart Glasgow at 10.55am on Mondays and Saturdays, arriving in Derry 50 minutes later at 11.45am. The return trip from Derry will take to the skies at 12.15pm.

The Thursday, Friday and Sunday services leave Glasgow at 6.55pm, with return flights leaving Northern Ireland’s second largest city at 8.15pm.

Loganair first served Derry in April 1979, becoming the first airline to operate to City of Derry Airport at the time.

Jonathan Hinkles, Managing Director at Loganair said: “Glasgow to Derry has always been a really popular route, given the close connections between the residents of the two cities. 

“We’re delighted to be returning to a route which we first initiated all those years ago, while also ensuring its continuation following Ryanair’s recent announcement.  We very much hope that our decision to secure the future of this air link will be of keen interest to those with family ties and football affiliations, as well as people with business in the two regions.”

Derry becomes Loganair’s 12th destination from Glasgow, the home base for the airline.   Loganair has added Guernsey and Donegal to its Glasgow network this year and will also resume non-stop flights in May from Glasgow to Bergen in Norway for a second summer season.

Francois Bourienne, Glasgow Airport Commercial Director, said: “We are thrilled our long-standing airline partner Loganair has made the decision to step in to operate a regular service to Derry.

“The Northern Irish city is a consistently-popular destination with our passengers and the announcement that Loganair will operate five services per week is very welcome news indeed.”    

Regional & City Airport’s Contracts Director, Clive Coleman, said “We are absolutely delighted to welcome Scottish Airline, Loganair, back to City of Derry Airport. Loganair was a key partner in the airport’s early years and we are very pleased to announce their return.”