This week see’s City of Derry Airport’s flight schedule increase with Loganair’s London Stansted service increasing in frequency, Loganair’s Glasgow service returning and the recommencement of Ryanair’s Edinburgh and Liverpool services. Mr. Steve Frazer, Managing Director at City of Derry Airport, commented: “The resumption of more regular flight services from City of Derry Airport marks […]
As regular flight services from City of Derry Airport resume from Saturday 4th July, we have launched a new Health and Safety video explaining the number of new measures implemented over the last few weeks and months in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. This video demonstrates how these new methods are designed to protect passengers […]
As regular flight services resume across the UK over the coming weeks, Ryanair has advised that all passengers must be wearing a face mask before proceeding from Airport Departure Gates and boarding a Ryanair aircraft. The airline has also outlined that passengers must remain in situ for the duration of their journey (visits to the […]
Loganair and Ryanair services between City of Derry Airport and key destinations in the UK will resume from July 2020. New ‘Healthy Flying’ Guidelines have been introduced by Loganair and Ryanair, and a number of new airport health and safety measures have been implemented at City of Derry Airport, to ensure the health and well-being of passengers and […]
It is a joyous occasion for City of Derry Airport as Loganair’s inaugural flight to Manchester took off on Friday 24th May amid celebrations at City of Derry Airport. The new daily service is available from just £39.99pp one way and brings fantastic news for the North West as it provides direct connectivity to one of the main hubs in the North of England and creates onward connectivity to an abundance of international destinations via Manchester.
The countdown is on…with just one month to go until Loganair’s first inaugural flight to Manchester scheduled to depart on May, 24th 2019. This is fantastic news for the North West as it provides direct connectivity to one of the main hubs in the North of England and creates opportunities for onward connectivity to international destinations via Manchester International Airport.
This week marks a momentous occasion at City of Derry Airport as the airport team and Scottish airline, Loganair, celebrated 40 years since the inaugural commercial flight from City of Derry Airport to Glasgow back in 1979.
City of Derry Airport and Scottish airline, Loganair, teamed up to provide an educational aviation experience for the local school children taking part in the Extended School’s Cluster Project, an initiative developed by Northern Ireland’s Department of Education. The scheme aims to improve levels of educational achievement for children and young people by providing the additional support they may require to help them reach their full potential.
Today, 27th February 2019, Loganair’s new service between City of Derry Airport, (CoDA), and London Stansted commenced operations. The route runs twice daily on a 49-seater jet aircraft with an early morning departure each day that is particularly suited to business travellers and commuters from the North West region.
Following on from the positive news that Derry City and Strabane District Council has agreed to appoint Loganair to operate the London Stansted route from City of Derry Airport, Loganair has confirmed it will operate a new daily air service to Manchester.