Loganair is to take over routes linking Edinburgh and Glasgow with East Midlands from Sunday 27th October as the incumbent airline withdraws its services.

One of the airline’s 49-seat Embraer 145 jets will be deployed on the route to provide up to four services each way per weekday.   This doubles the number of flights on the route and introduces a new schedule with a choice of departure times throughout the day.

This follows the recent announcement of six new routes, bringing its total number of new services in 2019 up to 25, it will also be adding extra flights and seats on several routes.

These include more flights between Glasgow and Shetland, weekend services from Inverness and Edinburgh to Stornoway,  flights between Edinburgh and Norway will be significantly expanded, the Isle of Man will receive more frequent Loganair services with a 50% increase in Edinburgh flights, a new Saturday morning service between Glasgow and London Southend and extra flights between Norwich and Manchester. 

Loganair also recently announced six new routes including Glasgow to Cardiff, Aberdeen to Haugesund, Aberdeen to East Midlands, Aberdeen to Brussels via Newcastle, Newcastle to Bergen and Newcastle to Guernsey