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Commercial flights resume at Exeter Airport as demand builds

Commercial flights from Exeter are now available to book once more, with Ryanair recommencing routes to Alicante and Malaga from Saturday, 4 July 2020, followed by additional UK routes with Loganair later in the month and TUI routes from August. Loganair arrives at Exeter Airport for the first time, operating routes to Edinburgh (from 24 []

COVID-19: Latest passenger information

Our Operation The airport remains open for medical and military flights and General Aviation. We urge all passengers to adhere to the Government guidance regarding essential travel and only come to the airport if it is absolutely necessary to do so. Please contact the airline for the latest schedule information. Click here for the Government’s []

Blue Islands survey seeks views on future air travel

Blue Islands has launched a survey to understand how we each feel about air travel, and when conditions allow, the factors that are likely to be important when choosing to fly again. Rob Veron, CEO, Blue Islands, said: “Whilst we may not have been operating as normal over the recent weeks, we are using this time to []

Loganair set to fly from Exeter for the first time

Routes to Edinburgh and Newcastle begin in July

Loganair today announced it will fly from Exeter Airport for the first time from the start of July. Included are routes from Exeter to Edinburgh commencing on July 6, and to Newcastle starting on July 20. A one-stop service to Aberdeen via Newcastle also starts on that date. The Edinburgh service flies five times per []

Flight start dates

Commercial flights are currently suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Information on all recommencement dates can be found on this page. Please note that this is the most up to date information and is subject to change.

Manchester flights continue with Blue Islands

Blue Islands has today announced it will operate multiple daily flights between Exeter and Manchester as the regional airline continues to maintain essential regional connectivity. Rob Veron, CEO Blue Islands said, “We understand the importance of regional connectivity, with 120,000 passengers flying between Exeter and Manchester in 2019 we have reacted quickly to maintain these []

Blue Islands secures Jersey route

Blue Islands secures Exeter routes for Jersey passengers Blue Islands will operate the route from Jersey to Exeter. The year-round services will commence on Wednesday 11 March. The flights will help to secure and maintain the island’s connectivity following the collapse of Flybe. Flights can be booked at the Blueislands.com website or by calling 0203 7443689 []

Aurigny safeguards the Guernsey service

Aurigny maintains Guernsey’s essential air services by launching a new Exeter route Aurigny is pleased to announce that it will be launching a direct air service from Guernsey to ensure essential island connections with Exeter are maintained following the collapse of Flybe.  The first new Exeter service is from Thursday 12 March: 1 x daily []

Loganair safeguards Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle routes.

Loganair, Scotland’s Airline, has reacted to the closure of Flybe by announcing plans to safeguard UK regional connectivity by taking up 16 routes formerly flown by Flybe. The airline will be adding nearly 400 new flights each week and has opened a special recruitment line for former Flybe employees seeking to continuing their aviation careers []

Alzheimer’s Society benefit from link with airport

Following the twelve month association with Exeter Airport as Charity of the Year, the Alzheimer’s Society have received the total in cash donations of over two thousand pounds. With coin collection points around the airport, including shops and catering outlets, the charity has benefited from the generosity of the travelling public who wanted to help []