British Airways is increasing the number of flights between Glasgow and Belfast.
The airline announced that it would add more services between the two cities, bringing the total number of flights to 13.
According to the carrier, the demand for domestic flights has increased this summer and BA hopes that people will use the opportunity to stay in the winter.
Passengers are also assured that the BA has a flexible booking policy if any flights have to be canceled due to a quaid.
Tom Stoddart, Managing Director of BA City Flyer, which operates the routes, said: “This year has shown how much customers want to be connected to the rest of the UK. Some of our new UK routes from Belfast City Airport Expansion.
Katie Best, Commercial Director of Belfast City Airport, added: “British Airways has been at Belfast City Airport for a long time, and the introduction of regional services earlier this year has been warmly welcomed by our passengers as the best BA product. Get to know and enjoy them.
This latest increase in frequency is great news for those who want to plan ahead and book a winter stay or a weekend break in Birmingham, Exeter, Glasgow or Leeds. Easy flight times will also be attractive for business travelers who can get a one-day return.