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Exeter's flying again!

Airlines open for bookings once more

You can now book a flight to get out of Devon (or, better still, get here).

Commercial flights from Exeter Airport are open for booking again. Ryanair's starting trips to Alicante and Malaga in Spain on Saturday. Loganair trips to Scotland and Newcastle start later in July and TUI routes begin in August to Corfu, Dalaman, Heraklion, Lanzarote, Palma, Paphos, Tenerife and Zante from 1 August 2020.
Exeter Airport has remained open for medical and military flights and general aviation throughout the coronavirus crisis. Matt Roach, managing director said: “The safety and wellbeing of our staff and passengers is our number one priority. We are continuing to rigorously implement all Government guidance and remain in regular contact with all relevant authorities.

"In the middle a difficult period for aviation and UK business as a whole, a return to commercial flying marks the first signs of recovery and gives a much-needed boost to regional and international air connectivity. We’re delighted to get going again, and in particular to welcome Loganair to Exeter Airport for the first time, particularly as it secures key routes to Newcastle and Edinburgh for our region and customers.”
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