Loganair commenced operations between Glasgow and Derry on 28 October, with it filling the void on the 193-kilometre route left by Ryanair, a result of the latter switching its service to the Northern Ireland airport from Glasgow to Edinburgh. Pictured at the first flight ceremony for the new route opening are Derry City Mayor John Boyle, and Loganair Commercial Director Kay Ryan. The regional carrier will link the two airports five times weekly using its fleet of Saab 340s.
- Loganair commenced operations between Glasgow (GLA) and Derry (LDY) on 28 October, with it taking up the route as a result of Ryanair switching its service to the Northern Ireland airport from Glasgow to Edinburgh. The carrier will operate the short 193-kilometre hop five times weekly using its Saab 340s. “Loganair has a relationship with City of Derry Airport which spans across three decades, so everyone is extremely excited to have the route in our network map once again,” commented Kay Ryan, Commerical Director of the airline. “The cities and their populations share very close connections, and this is being reflected via ticket sales. Whether it is family ties or football teams, business or leisure, this is a popular link in both the West of Scotland and Derry.”