Flights from major UK airports to Shetland...
For flights from 1st September 2017 both Loganair and Flybe will be servicing Shetland separately.
Flybe, who will be operating through Eastern Airways from 1st September 2017, will continue existing routes from Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Seats are on sale now, for travel from 1st September, full schedule details can be viewed by clicking here.
Loganair, Scotland’s Airline, provide a number of flight options to/from the isles, including Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Orkney and Manchester, with over 50 years’ experience. Loganair also includes complimentary luggage allowance & on board service as standard. Book now for travel from 1st September at Loganair.co.uk.
Frequent daily flights to Sumburgh Airport, Shetland (LSI) include:
- Aberdeen (65 minutes)
- Edinburgh and Glasgow (1 hour 30 minutes)
- Inverness (1 hour 40 minutes) via Orkney (35 minutes).
You can easily reach Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness from London and other parts of the UK. Aberdeen has the additional advantage that, should there be any disruption to flights, it is often possible to transfer to the overnight ferry. If you are travelling from outside the UK and would prefer to by-pass London’s ‘bottleneck’ airports, Edinburgh and Glasgow have flights from many European cities, some North American airports and the Middle Eastern hubs of Dubai, Doha and Abu Dhabi. Aberdeen is the usual hub for air passengers bound for Shetland from Scandinavia and the Netherlands.
Flights from Bergen to Shetland
- Flybe operate direct flights from Shetland to Bergen twice a week (Tues & Sat) during the summer months until end August 2017.
- Bergen Air also operate charter flights between Shetland and Bergen for up to 12 passengers.