Scottish airline Loganair (LM/LOG) has announced it will launch a new link from Teesside Airport to Bristol Airport.
The flight will connect the North-East with the South West of England five times per week Monday to Friday leaving Teesside at 14.25, and Bristol at 16.05 for the return.
Loganair Chief Executive Jonathan Hinkles said: “We are very pleased to expand our commitment to Teesside International with this direct service to Bristol, connecting two important UK business locations. We’re sure that the new connection will be warmly welcomed by customers travelling for work reasons and by those – just as soon as they can – travelling to visit friends and family.”
Bristol Airport CEO Dave Lees added: “Frequent flights between Bristol and the North of England help foster strong links for business and tourism, which is why Loganair’s new Teesside service is such great news. Teesside is a convenient gateway from which to explore the North England, just as Bristol Airport is the ideal starting point for visitors to South West England and South Wales.”
The 70-minute flight will be operated by an Embraer 145 Regional Jet and the service is set to begin 24th May.