The airline has announced five destinations from Teesside starting from February 2021
Loganair has gone into partnership with Teesside International Airport once again, adding five destinations.
Flights to Aberdeen and Belfast City from Teesside will begin to operate from February 2021. Flights to Dublin, Jersey and Newquay are expected to begin in the summer of next year.
There will be up to seven flights a week to Dublin and Belfast City, six per week to Aberdeen, three to Newquay every week and twice weekly to Jersey.
Ben Houchen, Teesside Valley Mayor, said, “I’m looking forward to us working more closely together in the future to offer even more exciting destinations.”
The airline originally ceased operations from Teesside Airport back in 2018. However, Loganair has expressed its commitment to the airport’s future by naming one of its Embraer 145 aircraft ‘Spirit of Teesside’.
“We’re very happy to be returning to Teesside International – and we are back for good,” said Jonathan Hinkles, Loganair’s Chief Executive.
“There’s no doubt that air travel is having a difficult time right now, but I’m confident that our plans for Teesside International are both viable and appropriate now and for the longer term.”
A new initiative has been set up which allows Loganair customers to collect points with every trip they make.