Loganair begins year round Glasgow to Donegal service

Launching the new Loganair Flight from Glasgow into Donegal Airport, Carrickfinn on Sunday evening. are from left Padraig Carroll, Ground Staff, Rosealeen Leitch, Flight Attendant, Pauline Sweeney, Communications Dojnegal Airport, Amy McClean, Communications Loganair, Gary Martin, Acting Chairman Donegal Airport, Ben McFarland, Pilot and Donna Mulholland, Ground Staff. Photo Clive Wasson
Launching the new Loganair Flight from Glasgow into Donegal Airport, Carrickfinn on Sunday evening. are from left Padraig Carroll, Ground Staff, Rosealeen Leitch, Flight Attendant, Pauline Sweeney, Communications Dojnegal Airport, Amy McClean, Communications Loganair, Gary Martin, Acting Chairman Donegal Airport, Ben McFarland, Pilot and Donna Mulholland, Ground Staff. Photo Clive Wasson

Leading UK regional airline Loganair’s (LM/LOG) Glasgow to Donegal service has become a year round service with the summer schedule coming into effect yesterday.

There will be up to three flights per week between the two destinations offering a direct airline between Northwest Ireland and the Scotland.

Passengers using there service will also be able to connect onto Loganair’s network, including its codeshare partner airlines at Glasgow .

In the upcoming winter schedule the frequency drops to twice a week on Fridays and Saturdays enable opportunities for weekend getaways.

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.”

Known for its spectacular views on approach, Donegal Airport is located at Carrickfinn, It regularly appears at the top of lists for the world’s most scenic landing making it popular with photographers.

Loganair has flown to Donegal Airport since the early 1990s making the return of the Glasgow route a welcome one.

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