Loganair restores key UK routes from Birmingham Airport
As the UK economy begins to re-open for business, Loganair, the UK’s largest regional airline, has reinstated key UK domestic air routes to provide all-important connectivity for corporate travellers.
Loganair is now flying from Birmingham Airport to Aberdeen up to 4 days per week and will also begin flights to Inverness up to 3 days a week from 24th July. Though as the UK economy gradually re-opens, frequency will further increase in the coming weeks.
Inverness – capital of the Scottish Highlands, is set on the banks of the River Ness and close by the Cairngorms National Park. As well as a large hospitality sector, Inverness has growing ties to the medical research sector with its very own Centre for Health Science.
If you’re just looking to get away for a break closer to home after lockdown, then Inverness is an idyllic base for Highland sightseeing and outdoor adventure.
Aberdeen is often cited as the Oil Capital of Europe and is also the heart of the UK’s energy sector. Flights between the West Midlands and the North-East of Scotland ensure key connectivity for those living locally who commute to work offshore. Furthermore, as the economy develops towards more renewable sources of energy, connectivity to the region from around the UK will become increasingly important.
When travelling for business, Loganair have a great value range of flexible fares. Their Fly Flex fare allows for changes to travel dates and times without incurring a change fee. The fare also includes a “Get Home Early Benefit” – which allows travellers to swap to an earlier flight on their day of travel in the event meetings finish early.
For maximum flexibility, Loganair’s Fly Flex+ fare is great for people who have a busy and ever-changing schedule. The most inclusive fare not only gives you full flexibility to change your flight when you want without any additional cost – it also gives you an innovative “Missed Flight Protection” product. Executive Lounge Access and Fast Track Security are also standard in this fare meaning you can breeze straight through security and then put your feet up and enjoy coffee, cakes and Wi-Fi before your flight.
The airline also has a standout frequent flyer programme- Clan Loganair. It’s uncomplicated and rewarding – simply collect Clan Points when you fly, then once you have enough you can exchange your points for a Clan Reward Flight. As Loganair also fly to more UK airport’s than any other airline, you’ll have plenty of destinations to choose from.
For businesses with a very regular need for travel between Birmingham and Aberdeen or Inverness, Loganair also have bespoke corporate solutions available which can be tailored to the needs of you and your business. Just get in touch using their online form.
Flights are available to book now at loganair.co.uk