3 MAY 2021


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Glasgow Airport comes to life

Domestic services are returning to Glasgow Airport following lifting of travel restrictions and the airport’s World Duty Free store has reopened.

EasyJet is the biggest mover.

  • The Stansted route has increased to a daily.
  • Birmingham has restarted with four flights per week then increases to six (no Saturday) from Monday 31 May.
  • Bristol route has increased to six flights per week (excluding Saturdays).
  • The same service will move to 10 flights per week from Friday 28 May – one daily flight which will double on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.
  • Luton route has increased to five flights per week and will move to daily operations from Saturday 22 May.
  • Belfast route increases to nine flights per week from Friday 7 May which includes double daily services on Fridays and Sundays.
  • Jersey returns Thursday May 22 with two flights per week, increases to three from Tuesday 15 June and then six (excluding Wednesdays) from Friday 2 July.

Scotland’s airline Loganair has restarted routes to both the Scottish Islands and England from Glasgow Airport, including:

  • Barra service is now up twice daily.
  • Southampton has returned with three flights per week, which is set to increase further in June.
  • Campbeltown, Islay, Stornoway and Tiree have also increased to twice daily.
  • Sumburgh in Shetland will return Monday 24 May with five flights per week via Kirkwall in Orkney and will go direct from Monday 14 June.
  • Kirkwall will return on Monday 24 May with five flights per week then moves to a daily service from Thursday 10 June.

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John Richmond, Lochwinnoch

Good to see the domestic market increasing. Hopefully the international market will increase also.

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