Regional carrier Loganair will operate six new routes in 2020 including domestic services and links to Norway, Belgium and Guernsey.
The expansion is part of the Scottish airline’s “Where next?” programme which has so far introduced 19 new routes since the beginning of 2019.
The airline has announced a Glasgow to Cardiff route from February 27, routes from Aberdeen to Haugesund in Norway and East Midlands, both starting on February 24, and a route from Aberdeen to Brussels, Belgium, via Newcastle from October 28.
It will also operate routes from Newcastle to Bergen, Norway, from April 26 and from Newcastle to Guernsey from May 23.
All new services will be operated by Embraer 145 or 135 jets with lead-in fares ranging from £44.99 to £89.99.
Jonathan Hinkles, Loganair’s managing director, said: “These new routes further expand the airline’s reach across both the UK and Northern Europe taking our jets to new destinations while introducing additional connections between airports we already serve.
“I’m pleased to be able to announce a new route to Aberdeen from East Midlands after being welcomed as the airport’s newest operator only last week.”
All services will operate year-round, with the exception of the seasonal summer link between Newcastle and Guernsey operating on Saturdays. Services to Cardiff will operate six days per week, excluding Saturdays. The remaining frequencies are yet to be announced.
Loganair passengers receive a complimentary baggage allowance, in-flight refreshments and the option to join the airline’s reward programme, Clan Loganair.
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