Teesside Airport launches services from the airport this week as international travel returns in the UK.
Loganair has completed the fourth service from Teesside Airport this week, helping passengers get from Teesside to Bristol. The flight path between the two cities will operate between Monday to Friday at 17:25 until 1 June. From then, the flight will have an earlier time of 14:25. On Sundays, travellers wanting to head to Bristol can catch a flight in the late afternoon.
Bristol is not the only destination from Teesside airport, with London Heathrow, Belfast and Aberdeen all on the destination list as well. These are major cities, which will help individuals get around the UK more efficiently, especially now everything is opening back up again. Travel restrictions are lifting throughout the country and it makes sense that the aviation industry keeps up with the demand. UK holidaymakers are being advised not to travel abroad, even though travel is no longer banned. Thus, holidays in the UK are going to be more popular than ever this summer.
Teesside Airport during the pandemic
Teesside International Airport, in north-east England, turned its attention to its community as it was working to update its interior during the pandemic. It helped local businesses around the area gain space at the airport, so when duty-free shops were busy again, small companies from Teesside would benefit from the boom.
Thus, now international travel seems to be back on the cards, the airport hopes to see more passengers arriving and departing from the Teesside area.
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