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New Norwich-Exeter air route launched

New Norwich-Exeter air route launched

Loganair has launched a new direct air service between Norwich and Exeter to run four times weekly and has restarted its services to Edinburgh from the region.

The new route to Exeter will operate using a 49-seat Embraer 145 regional jet with flights serving business and leisure travellers on Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays and Sundays. Fares will start at £58 one-way. The regional airline is seeing growing demand from Norwich Airport for its domestic routes as Covid restrictions are eased. The Edinburgh service will operate up to four times per week from Norwich.

Kay Ryan, Loganair chief commercial officer, said: "The services will provide essential connectivity for businesses as the economy begins to recover and allow loved ones from across the UK to finally reconnect. We are committed to restoring domestic services and playing our key role as the UK’s largest regional airline, at a time when UK connectivity has never been more important.”

 

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