Three new flights launched from Aberdeen Airport

A new route to Brussels has been unveiled ( / querbeet)

Three new flights have been announced this week set to launch flying from Aberdeen Airport.

Loganair has just unveiled three new routes set to commence in 2020 flying from the North East airport.

The new flights are part of the airlines’ expansion plans that have seen Loganair grow to become the UK’s 5th largest airline by number of flights operated.

Designed to help customers travelling for either business or leisure, six-day a week schedules will run to both East Midlands and the Norwegian city of Haugesund in the north of the country.

The new route to Haugesund is the first to the airport for the airline and it’s third overall route flying to Norway.

The third new flight announced, the airline will also run a 4-day-a-week schedule to Brussels via Newcastle.

All of the new services will will be operated by either Embraer 145 or 135 jets, part of Loganair’s fleet of 45 aircraft.

Just last week, the airline announced new services flying to Newcastle and Leeds.

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