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Press Release: Loganair increases capacity between Northern Isles and Bergen

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12 Apr 2016

Flybe franchise partner, Loganair has announced more seats on its Kirkwall – Sumburgh Bergen route.

The airline has boosted capacity by almost 400 additional seats on the popular summer air-link, operated by a bigger, Saab 2000 aircraft.

Loganair provides a weekly service between Kirkwall, stopping briefly in Sumburgh before arriving in Bergen each Saturday between June 11 and August 27.

Roy Bogle, Loganair Director of Revenue and Schedule said: “The Orkney– Bergen route is very popular during the summer months.

“Demand is high so we’ve increased capacity, which will be good news to people travelling between the Northern Isles and Norway.

“Summer is the perfect time to make the trip to the World Heritage city, which is surrounded by beautiful landscape and stunning scenery.

Ishbel Borland, chairman of the Orkney Norway Friendship Association said: “The Orkney Norway Friendship Association has a long history (38 years) of making use of flights between Kirkwall and Bergen.

“We are extremely pleased with the increased demand for seats on this route. This means we can continue to promote this travel option to all our members and friends on both sides of the North Sea.”

 Tickets are available to book on flybe.com.

Last Modified: Tuesday 19 July 2016 06:34
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