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Loganair has announced it is to launch jet services on two key routes from Aberdeen Airport this autumn, becoming the airport’s largest operator both by number of flights and destinations served.

Scotland’s Airline will introduce up to three non-stop weekday services to Newcastle and up to three non-stop weekday services to Norwich from the 1st September 2019. A non-stop Sunday services will also be offered on both routes.

Lead-in fares between Aberdeen and Newcastle are on sale for £69.99, while tickets to Norwich are currently on sale from £74.99 .

Loganair already has strong operational bases in both Aberdeen and Norwich – a route which can be served with a strong level of resilience due to the availability of aircraft and engineering support at both ends – making the routes a natural fit in the Loganair network.

The new Loganair service will offer early morning northbound flights from Norwich and later evening return flights from Aberdeen heading south.

The new services will also offer secured connections via Loganair’s Aberdeen hub to and from Orkney, Shetland, Oslo and Esbjerg.

The airline has unique offerings for oil and gas workers, with special flexible fares for Vantage Card-registered oil and gas employees.

Source Loganair