LOGANAIR, the UK’s largest regional airline, has scheduled a third service between Glasgow and Donegal this summer, operating from July to October.
The airline announced in March it would restore services between Donegal and Glasgow from July with twice-weekly flights, operating on Saturdays and Sundays. Today Loganair has added a weekly Wednesday service which is on sale now.
Luke Lovegrove, Chief Commercial Officer, Loganair said: “Since we went on sale with our new service to Donegal from 1st July, we have been impressed with the strength of demand and, after listening to customer feedback about our days of operation, we are happy to include a new Wednesday service from 12th July, just in time for the peak summer period.”
Eilís Docherty, Donegal Airport Managing Director said: “We are looking forward to welcoming Loganair back to Donegal and are delighted to see the increase in frequency, which will give our passengers the option for midweek travel in addition to the Saturday and Sunday flights which are already showing great demand.”
Flights between Glasgow and Donegal Airport are available to book today at loganair.co.uk and via all major travel agents.
All fares include a 15kg luggage allowance, discounts for children aged 11 and under and a mandatory carbon offset charge as part of the airline’s innovative GreenSkies sustainability programme.
Frequent travellers can also take advantage of the airline’s loyalty programme – Clan Loganair.