21 MAY 2018
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Lobbying by Scotland’s business community led to a decision by Loganair to inaugurate its new year-round three-times-weekly service between Inverness and Bergen, the carrier said last week.
Commercial director Kay Ryan said: “It’s fantastic to be able to create a direct link between Inverness and Bergen, directly benefiting both regions. We’re confident this will be a busy route for customers in Inverness and early bookings are encouraging.
“Equally, we’re excited about opening up Inverness to visitors from Norway, while also making both markets accessible for regional trade.
“There was demand from the business community in Inverness for a link to be established, so we’ve worked to make this happen. Launching our largest schedule to Bergen during summer 2018 shows our commitment to the city remains strong.”
Inverness Airport managing director Graeme Bell added: “These additional services further increase connectivity between Scotland and Norway following our working with local businesses to provide routes that best meet their needs.
“This new Bergen route is a result of that hard work. Scandinavia is a valuable market for business travellers and leisure customers too and we look forward to supporting the new service as we continue to look for additional routes.”
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