The first Loganair flight to Teesside International Airport departed Bristol Airport yesterday (24th May 2021) following further relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions. The flights operate six times a week to the North East airport with Loganair announcing a new sale on flights.
Passengers travelling through Teesside will find a new improved experience with major building work on the terminal coming to an end along with improved food and beverage areas, lounges and brand new check-in and security areas.
Teesside will also be dropping the very unpopular passenger facility fee of £6 from the 1st June 2021, the charge was introduced to help support the continued operation of the airport and secure its sustainable future but it was agreed once finances at the airport were sufficient it would be abolished.
CEO of Bristol Airport, Dave Lees, commented: “The introduction of a new six day per week service to Teesside Airport is excellent news for the South West and the North East. These kind of connections are an important part of the levelling up agenda, connecting two regions with a long history of manufacturing and innovation that have huge potential in the coming years.”