The UK’s largest regional airline Loganair (LM/LOG) is set to bolster its summer schedule for 2023 with additional flights from Scotland to other UK airports and Norway.
Additional flights from Edinburgh to Southampton, Exeter and Bergen lead the way from the Scottish capital with additional flights from Glasgow to Southampton also being added.
The services to Southampton consist of an additional fifth daily flight based on high demand for the route.
Flights to Bergen see an additional flight during the week bringing the number up to four per week from Edinburgh.
Flights between Edinburgh and Exeter will double in frequency with two daily flights per day, a service that currently operates six times per week.
Luke Lovegrove, chief commercial officer at Loganair, said: “Loganair has experienced its busiest summer ever this year, carrying a record number of customers across the UK and Europe and we expect Summer 2023 to be no different.
“We take great pride in facilitating growth in interconnectivity across the UK and by increasing our frequency on some of our key routes, we can better serve our customers.”
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Doing this just as Flybe begin ramping up flights from Southampton. Dirty tactics?