Loganair has launched its 2010 summer schedule, which will see the introduction of flights to Cardiff from Aberdeen and Birmingham from Dundee.
Flybe’s franchise carrier will also begin flights to Belfast City Airport and the Isle of Man from Edinburgh and Glasgow, with the schedule remaining in operation until September 5th.
The airline will begin a new timetable between Aberdeen and Kirkwall, promising passengers the availability of more seats during busy periods.
Jonathan Hinkles, Loganair’s commercial director, said that the release of the summer schedule will allow holidaymakers to book their summer travel plans well in advance.
"We’re delighted to be announcing several important developments for our route network, designed to ensure that we continue to provide convenient schedules and extra seats at peak times on our key routes," he commented.
The carrier will begin more direct services to Stornoway from Edinburgh, while increased flights to Kirkwall and Sumburgh will commence from the Scottish capital.
During the recent half term holiday, Loganair operated additional flights to Shetland from Glasgow in order to meet increased demand from passengers.