Norwich Airport has said that flights between Norwich and Exeter resumed on March 7 with Loganair, reconnecting the two major cities for both business and leisure travellers.
Loganair, one of UK’s leading regional airlined, will operate the twice weekly direct service between Norwich and Exeter on Mondays and Fridays until March 25. Flights will then increase to four times weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays for the spring and summer seasons.
Richard Pace, Managing Director at Norwich Airport, said: ‘It’s fantastic to see the link between Norwich and Exeter has returned. This is a key route for business travel, leisure travel and those visiting friends and family.
‘With the growth of the staycation market, we’re delighted to have this domestic route running as it re-establishes key connectivity between East Anglia and the South-West and makes a trip to Devon really appealing.’
Operated using a 49-seat Embraer 145 regional jet, the route will see fares starting from £64 one-way from Norwich. Reservations for Loganair’s service between Norwich and Exeter can be made by visiting www.loganair.co.uk or via local travel agents.
The airport also announced the full list of destinations reached directly from Norwich Airport in 2022: Bulgaria (Bourgas), Cyprus (Paphos), Greece (Corfu, Crete, Rhodes), Italy (Bergamo, gateway to the Italian Lakes), Netherlands (Amsterdam), Spain – Balearics (Ibiza, Majorca, Menorca), Spain – Canaries (Tenerife), and Turkey (Dalaman). Plus, Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Exeter in the UK, a summer service to Jersey, with Blue Islands and day trips and short breaks to Lapland.
In addition, customers may gain connectivity to over 150 destinations worldwide with KLM via Amsterdam.