Loganair Suspends Flights To Glasgow And Inverness This Winter Amid Low Demand
9th October 2020
LOGANAIR has axed Glasgow and Inverness flights from its Sumburgh schedule this winter as a result of continued low demand.
The flights to and from Glasgow and Inverness are due to be suspended later this month.
Loganair said a limited schedule of Glasgow flights will be retained over the Christmas and New Year period in anticipation of increased demand.
Glasgow and Inverness services to and from Sumburgh will resume as part of Loganair's summer 2021 timetable from late March.
It comes as Loganair battles against the impact of coronavirus - with chief executive Jonathan Hinkles recently revealing that bookings were down by around 60 per cent as less people travel.
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