Loganair is to re-introduce services between Glasgow and Donegal, stepping in to secure the future of the route following the current operator’s decision to withdraw services.

The new flights will take off on Sunday 25th March, with three return flights per week all year round on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

Additional summer flights will operate on Wednesdays between 27th June and 19th September and Saturdays from 26th May to 3rd November plus a Saturday service at Easter from 31st March 31 until 14th April.

Current operator Stobart Air, which flies as Aer Lingus Regional, ceases its services on 23rd March.