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Published on Thursday, April 15, 2021

Loganair adds new route connecting East Anglia to Exeter

Regional carrier Loganair unveiled a new air route linking East Anglia with the South-West of England.

It launches new flights between Norwich and Exeter starting on 12 July.

It will operate four flights per week during the summer season on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday - moving to Monday and Friday flights from September onwards.  

The 70-minute flight is operated by Loganair's 49-seat Embraer 145 jets.

Fares start from £49.99 one-way including all taxes and charges. It include a free checked baggage allowance. Tickets are now on sale.   

The service links existing Loganair destinations.  Norwich is served by Loganair from Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Jersey, and Exeter from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle.    

Loganair also moved forward the resumption date of its Edinburgh-Norwich services, originally planned for September, to restart on 12 July.  

The new service adds to the restoration of domestic connectivity from Exeter that was lost through the collapse of Flybe - between the four routes now flown by Loganair, those flown by partner airline Blue Islands to Manchester and Jersey, and other airlines' services to Belfast and Guernsey.   

Of 46 UK domestic routes operated by Flybe at the time of its demise, 42 will be flown this summer by Loganair and six other airlines.

Loganair chief executive Jonathan Hinkles said: "We are very pleased to expand our commitment to Norwich and Exeter with this direct service, connecting two important UK business and leisure locations.   We're sure this new connection will be warmly welcomed by customers travelling for work reasons and by those - just as soon as they can - travelling to visit friends and family."

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