Regional airline Loganair, has increased its flight schedule for next summer.

They have announced more services across key regional routes as it responds to growing demand from leisure and business travellers. As part of Loganair’s summer 2023 schedule, the airline has increased services between Edinburgh and Exeter as it responds to growing customer demand. Commencing from Monday June 19 2023, tickets for the new timetable are on sale from today (Wednesday 5 October).

Up from the six flights per week operated this summer, Loganair has increased frequency across its Edinburgh – Exeter route with passengers given increased flexibility through a double daily service Monday to Friday, as well as a daily weekend service, between the two cities. With fares competitively priced from £79, passengers will now have access to a mid-week early morning flight, landing in Exeter at 07:50 and in Edinburgh at 09:45, for a full day of business or leisure before returning on the evening service, taking off from Exeter at 19:55 and from Edinburgh at 18:00. Luke Lovegrove, chief commercial officer at Loganair, said: “Loganair has experienced its busiest summer ever this year, carrying a record number of customers across the UK and Europe and we expect Summer 2023 to be no different. “We take great pride in facilitating growth in interconnectivity across the UK and by increasing our frequency on some of our key routes, we can better serve our customers.”

Loganair will additionally increase its services across flights from Edinburgh to Southampton and Norway’s capital Bergen, while its Glasgow – Southampton service will also see a boost across daily operations. Reservations for Loganair’s newly launched summer 2023 schedule can be made at