Loganer, the UK’s largest regional airline, has announced the launch of a new service connecting Scotland’s oil and gas capital with the capital of the Republic of Ireland.
Flights between Aberdeen and Dublin are scheduled to begin on September 5, with tickets on sale starting Thursday, June 24. Loganer replaces an earlier service between two cities that lost its Stoart Air crash two weeks ago.
The route, which takes 1 hour and 20 minutes, will be operated by Embraer ERJ-145 regional jets, and from Aberdeen. 64.99 and up to 69 from Dublin, including all taxes and fees. All Loganer charges include a free verified package payment.
The direct service, which initially runs four times a week in each direction – on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays – will increase daily from March 28 next year until departure. Additional flights will be added on Mondays and Fridays from April 24, 2022.
Loganer’s Commercial Director K Ryan said: “We are delighted to be running this important service and we are pleased to be able to quickly restore key connectivity between these two major cities.”
Matt Hazloud, Business Director of the Aberdeen Airport Owners Group, said: “Locaner can be seen increasing its offerings and presence at Aberdeen International Airport along the way to Dublin. These routes have been strengthening our connection in northeastern Scotland since the Stowart Air crash two weeks ago. Bringing business back safely is a priority at our airport and this route will be greatly welcomed by our passengers and partners. ”
According to the data, Loganer’s navy has been formed Plane Spotters, With 36 aircraft, including 13 Embraer 145 and three Embraer 135 jets, in addition to 13 SAB 340 turboprops, three ADR-72 and four ADR-42.
With Loganer’s information