LOGANAIR is expecting a surge of interest this weekend when it offers a 25 per cent discount on all bookings until the end of the summer season.
The offer runs for 72 hours between one minute past midnight on Friday 2 March until one minute to midnight on Sunday 4 March.
It applies to all flights until 27 October connecting Sumburgh with Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Kirkwall and Bergen. Twice weekly flights to Bergen run from 16 May to 25 August.
The discount can be used in tandem with the Air Discount Scheme, which also applies to the Norway flights, but does not cover airport taxes or passenger duty.
Flights are bookable via www.flybe.com/ads and via the Loganair Air Discount Scheme call centre helpline on 0844 800 2855.
Loganair’s chief operating officer Jonathan Hinkles said: “Our 25 per cent off Seat Sale promotions in Shetland have historically proven to be incredibly popular, and we expect this offer – with seats available on every route throughout the whole summer season – will see a massive surge in bookings this weekend too.
“The discount will only be available until midnight on Sunday evening, so visit www.flybe.com as soon as possible to book your trip.”
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