New Derry to Glasgow flights take
LOGANAIR’S new service
between City of Derry Airport (CoDA) and Glasgow
International commenced operations last weekend.
Customers departing and arriving on the inaugural
flight were treated to light refreshments,
entertainment and a beautiful keepsake certificate
to mark the occasion.
The Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District
Council, Cllr John Boyle formally welcomed Ms Kay
Ryan, Commercial Director for Loganair to the
airport, following the arrival of the first
Speaking at the event, he stated “I am delighted
that regional operators Loganair are operating this
route and providing us with this popular air link
between the two cities. Glasgow and Derry have very
strong cultural and historic links and I am
delighted that these close connections are going to
be retained. We have a very good working
relationship with Loganair since they first served
in the city in 1979 and we are delighted to welcome
them back to the airport to operate this hugely
successful service for our community,” he added.
Cllr John Boyle formally welcomes Ms
Kay Ryan, Commercial Director for Loganair to CoDA,
following the arrival of the first inaugural flight
The new Loganair route
to Glasgow International will operate five times per
week and offer a convenient service which includes
20kg hold luggage at no extra charge and assigned
seating at check-in.
The service has already proven very popular with
business and leisure travellers throughout the North
West with Loganair indicating strong sales to date.
Ms Kay Ryan, Loganair’s Commercial Director said:
“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.
Whether it is family ties or football teams,
business or leisure, this is a popular link in both
the West of Scotland and Derry".
Marketing Executive, Maressa McWilliams outlined
that fares start from £49.99 one-way and customers
can book flights today by visiting