Loganair and Ryanair services between City of Derry Airport and key destinations in the UK will resume from July 2020.
New ‘Healthy Flying’ Guidelines have been introduced by Loganair and Ryanair, and a number of new health and safety measures have been implemented at City of Derry Airport, to ensure the health and well-being of passengers and staff remain the number one priority at all times.
Loganair’s current once daily service to London Stansted will increase to a double daily service from Monday 29th June. The Glasgow service, which has been suspended since March, will recommence from Monday 6th July.
Ryanair flights from City of Derry Airport to Liverpool and Edinburgh, both of which have been suspended since March, will resume operating from Saturday 4th July. The airline has launched new guidelines and a number of videos to help any passengers travelling understand their new Healthy Flying regime.
A spokesperson for City of Derry Airport said: “City of Derry Airport has introduced a number of new health and safety measures in compliance with advice issued by the Public Health Agency. We are continuing to update, and introduce new methods where required, as our health and safety measures are reviewed on a daily basis.”