Flybe franchise partner Loganair is increasing its frequency between Stornoway and Glasgow as part of the airline’s 2014/15 winter schedule.
Commencing on Wednesday, October 29th, the Stornoway to Glasgow route will continue with its summer pattern of 48 flights per week, instead of scaling the schedule down for the winter months.
A further four services per week will operate during the winter months, meaning Stornoway will continue to be served by four daily departures on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in line with the summer frequency.
Phil Preston, chief operating officer at Loganair, said: “Additional frequency to Scotland’s largest city offers increased choice for our business and leisure passengers during the winter months.
“This will be a boost for holiday makers as well as residents of Stornoway who work on the mainland or travel onwards to overseas destinations.
“The increased winter frequency to and from one of the country’s busiest airport should open up a number of different travel options with our code-share partners, British Airways and franchise partner Flybe.”