Launching today (27 May 2022) for the first time since pre-pandemic, direct flights between Inverness Airport and Dublin Airport with Loganair .
Operating four times per week on Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays the service is ideal for those visiting friends and family or looking for a convenient city break destination. Passengers can also benefit from further onward connections.
Fares start from £73.81 one-way including a 15kg checked baggage allowance, all taxes, Air Passenger Duty and a GreenSkies contribution to the cost of fully offsetting all carbon emissions from Loganair flights.
As the Irish Capital, Dublin is a historic city with a modern attitude where visitors can embrace the great outdoors and cultural walking tours or enjoy the vibrant nightlife through the bar and restaurant scene including the iconic Temple Bar.
Meanwhile in the heart of the Scottish Highlands is Inverness where the world renowned Loch Ness Monster Nessie calls home. From picturesque villages and untamed wilderness it is one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland to enjoy a leisurely break or a more active trip for hillwalkers, cyclists and wild swimmers.
To celebrate the launch on Friday 27 May passengers leaving from Inverness Airport will receive a goodie bag of gifts from local suppliers and attractions organised by Loganair and Inverness Airport.
Graeme Bell, Inverness Airport manager, said: ”It is great to see Inverness and Dublin connecting once more. The return of this popular route enhances connectivity for the Highlands, offering passengers more choice and convenience. I am looking forward to seeing passengers take advantage of the leisure and business opportunities this route presents.”
Kay Ryan, chief commercial officer at Loganair, said: “As consumer confidence builds we can resume more services and launch new routes. It’s aways encouraging to recommence routes like this one between Inverness and Dublin which shows Loganair’s continued commitment to providing domestic and international connectivity for both leisure and business customers.”
Julie Wakley, Head of GB Tourism Ireland, said: “We’re delighted to see the recommencement of Loganair’s Inverness – Dublin route. We recognise the vital importance of regional air connectivity and the key role that this air link to Dublin provides for holiday-makers from Scotland. We look forward to welcoming visitors from Inverness to the island of Ireland and working with Loganair to promote the route and further expand their network to the island as confidence returns to the market.”
Pictured: Donna McHugh, Head of Revenue and Sales, Loganair and Davie Geddes, Terminal Operation Manager, Inverness Airport