Glasgow-based airline Loganair has introduced it should reintroduce a twice weekly flight path to Jersey from Teesside Worldwide Airport within the north east of England, commencing in summer season 2021.
The reintroduction of the Jersey route joins a community of 4 further routes introduced final week by the airline, following a brand new partnership between Loganair and Teesside Worldwide Airport, after pausing operations again in 2018.
Amanda Burns, chief govt at Go to Jersey, stated: “We’re thrilled to welcome guests from the north east of England by way of this resumed Teesside route, which considerably improves connectivity to our island.
“We all know that journey is a problem in the mean time, however with the return of this short-haul route comes the proper alternative for UK travellers to get pleasure from an idyllic home vacation.
“This is a wonderful indicator that our island continues to be a fascinating journey vacation spot and we look ahead to welcoming again guests, each previous and new, in 2021.”
Whereas journey is prone to stay unsure in 2021, the relaunched route comes simply in time for the summer season season.
Very best for a weekend escapade or for one thing a bit longer, there has by no means been a greater time to go to Jersey.
As an island small in measurement however large on character, Jersey is a number one tourism vacation spot, boasting a number of the greatest climate within the UK, golden-sand seashores and a wide range of outside actions.
A spokesperson for Loganair commented: “We’re delighted to announce flights to Jersey subsequent summer season from Teesside Worldwide.
“With journey to the continent remaining unsure, we’re assured that the Channel Islands will show a well-liked vacation spot with our prospects as they search sunshine nearer to residence.
“Subsequent 12 months we’ll additionally proceed our common route from Norwich, and our current codeshare partnership with Blue Islands will present enhanced connectivity from throughout the UK.”