Glasgow based regional airline Loganair (LM/LOG) has said it is launching a new air link between Aberdeen (ABZ/EGPD) and Dublin (DUB/EIDW).
The new service will play an important part in linking Scotlands’ Oil and Gas industry capital with Ireland, a service that was previously operated by the now defunct Stobart Air.
Flights with Loganair will commence on 5th September and will be operated by a 49-seat Embraer regional jet for the 1hr20 min flight.
The flight will operate four-times-per-week on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Kay Ryan, Loganair’s chief commercial officer, said: “We are truly excited to be operating this important service and pleased to be able to step in and quickly restore the vital link between these two great cities.
“It fits well with our increasingly dominant presence as the UK’s premier regional airline and develops our growing relationship with IAG through our codeshare with BA. We now look forward to enhancing our connectivity further as we work closely with Aer Lingus.
“We believe that, as certainty grows with the ongoing Covid-19 vaccination programme, an easing of current travel restrictions to and from the Irish Republic will allow customers to book and travel with confidence.”
Fares on the route, which can be booked from today, start ay £64.99 one-way including taxes, charges and hold luggage.