Flybe franchise carrier, Loganair will be operating extra rotations between Stornoway and Glasgow every Saturday and Sunday during the school summer period season next year, creating over 1,000 extra seats.
This increase in flights is due to high demand for flights between the Western Isles and Scotland’s largest city during the summer holiday season.
Services up to and including September 9th are bookable, with flights after that date being made available in early December.
Phil Preston, Loganair’s chief operating officer said: “We are very happy to be launching our summer 2014 schedule, and to be adding weekend frequency on our Stornoway to Glasgow route.
“Scotland will be in focus in 2014 with the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, Homecoming and the Ryder Cup. We hope our network of routes will encourage tourists to extend their visit to include a trip to the Western Isles as well as giving island residents the opportunity to fly south and enjoy the sporting events in Glasgow.”
Flights are available online at www.flybe.com/ads or via telephone on 0844 800 2855.