This route will run alongside flights to Aberdeen, Belfast, London/Heathrow and Newquay
UK regional airline, Loganair has today (August 26) announced that direct flights between Teesside International and Dublin Airport will be available from summer 2022.
This route is the latest to be introduced to the Northern gateway.
“Teesside Airport has worked with its airline partners to introduce 15 new routes since it was brought back into public ownership in early 2019,” said Ben Houchen, Tees Valley Mayor. “This latest commitment from Loganair shows that we’re not slowing down in delivering new, popular routes as travel restrictions are easing following the coronavirus pandemic.
“Not only is the city a fantastic place for a people from Teesside, Darlington and Hartlepool to take a great city break, increasing our ties with the city will give businesses and visitors the chance to discover that we’re a region on the up, with the potential to boost investment and jobs.”
The airline has altered its summer 2022 schedule to help meet passenger demand within the Teesside region. Flights to Dublin are set to run four times per week, on Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
This will run alongside the daily weekday service to Aberdeen, as well as six trips a week to Belfast, journeys to Heathrow and a route to Newquay.