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.