AN AIRLINE has unveiled new flights from Glasgow Airport to a "stunning" destination. 

Loganair is introducing an enhanced schedule for services between Glasgow and Donegal, Ireland, offering year-round flights and its "biggest-ever summer programme".

The airline's summer schedule returns on May 19 with three weekly flights on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays with Saturday flights being added between July 6 and August 17. 

The route will continue throughout winter with flights every Friday and Saturday. 

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Luke Lovegrove, chief commercial officer at Loganair, said: "Our expanded schedule between Glasgow and Donegal will enable more customers than ever to travel in 2024 and we are delighted we can now offer this route through the winter in response to customer demand.

"We have seen fantastic levels of support from customers for this service."

Andy Cliffe, chief executive of AGS, which owns and operates Glasgow Airport, said: "We are thrilled to see Loganair expand its popular Glasgow to Donegal service, adding frequencies and extending to year-round service.

"Scottish travellers will be even better served in exploring this stunning region of Ireland, whilst Glasgow looks forward to welcoming our good neighbours from the other side of the water who seek to explore Scotland’s largest city and gateway to the country."