Loganair is set to increase its summer schedule between Glasgow and Donegal for summer 2024 following strong passenger demand.

The regional carrier relaunched flights between the two destinations in July this year, after a hiatus since 2021.

Running from April to October next year, the Scottish airline will operate four flights per week, up from this year’s schedule of three flights per week.

The UK’s largest regional airline remains the only carrier offering a direct air link between the UK and Donegal.

The summer schedule will launch on 5 April, 2024, operated by the ATR-42 aircraft, and will run on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Outbound fares start from £76 and will include a 15kg luggage allowance, inflight refreshments, and a mandatory carbon offset charge as part of the airline’s GreenSkies sustainability programme.

Luke Lovegrove, chief commercial officer of Loganair, said: “The popularity of this route in summer 2023 has been good, but that shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone who has visited Donegal. It’s breathtaking, and we are glad the expanded service next summer will give more customers than ever the chance to see this incredible part of Ireland.”