Loganair has announced six new ex-UK routes launching next year, including flights to South Wales, Guernsey, Norway and Belgium.
Additions include three new routes from Aberdeen to Haugesund in Norway, East Midlands airport, and Guernsey (via Newcastle).
From Newcastle, Loganair will fly to Bergen – also in Norway – and operate a seasonal summer service to Guernsey.
It will also launch its first route between Glasgow and Cardiff.
All flights will be operated by Embraer 135 or 145 aircraft and will fly year-round, with the exception of Guernsey.
Loganair will fly the Glasgow-Cardiff route daily, with the other five routes operating six times a week excluding Saturdays.
The additions grow Loganair’s route network to 36 destinations across seven countries.
Its Aberdeen-East Midlands and Aberdeen-Haugesund will launch on 24 February, with fares from £54.99 and £89.99 respectively.
Glasgow-Cardiff flights will start on 27 February, leading in from £44.99.
Newcastle-Bergen, meanwhile, will launch on 26 April (£89.99) and Newcastle-Guernsey on 23 May (£74.99).
Finally, Loganair’s Aberdeen-Brussels service will get under way on 28 October with fares leading in from £89.99.
Fares are on sale now.