FLIGHTS between Donegal Airport and Glasgow will be suspended from next month.
The last flight will tae place on October 21 and the suspension will last until next April.
“Loganair and Donegal Airport have reluctantly agreed to suspend flights between Glasgow and Donegal,” a spokesperson said.
“This decision has been based on the latest travel advice from the Irish Government and the uncertainty arising from evolving restrictions arising from Covid 19.
“The last flight will take place on 21 October 2020, and both the airport and Loganair plan and hope to be able to resume services in April 2021.
“Customers with forward bookings on the Glasgow/Donegal route can choose between different options:
“1. Alternative travel between Glasgow and City of Derry without any change fee or difference in fare being payable. Ground transport between City of Derry Airport and Donegal, and compliance with public health requirements in both Ireland and the UK, remains the customer’s sole responsibility.
“2. A full refund of the airfare and any additional services paid for such as pre-assigned seating.
“3. Bookings can be placed on hold for up to 12 months for use at a future date, or re-arranged for Summer 2021 now without any change fee or difference in fare being payable.”
The spokesperson added: “Loganair and Donegal Airport sincerely regret this interruption in a service which we know is welcomed and used by many customers. It remains our firm intention and wish to resume flights in April 2021.”Tags: