Scotland to the States: Five times a week with Singapore Airlines and Loganair

Loganair has announced an expansion at aircraft at Aberdeen International Airport

SINGAPORE Airlines is enhancing its flying schedule on its popular Manchester to Houston route to five-weekly flights from 31 March 2024. Giving a boost to Scottish travellers with partner Loganair, customers can also enjoy connections between Aberdeen and Houston via Manchester.

The UK’s largest regional carrier Loganair will dovetail into Singapore Airlines schedule, offering a seamless transfer for customers, with over 700 seats a week. Loganair operates 21 weekly direct services from Aberdeen to Manchester Monday-Sunday.

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Mark Davey, Singapore Airlines Sales & Marketing Manager UK&I, said: “Flights to Houston are extremely popular with our Scottish customers and we’re delighted to bring the service back to pre-pandemic levels of five-weekly flights, plus with our friends at Loganair, we now offer more choice and flexibility to customers whilst strengthening our global network.”

Luke Lovegrove, Loganair’s Chief Commercial Officer, said: “We have a tremendous working partnership with Singapore Airlines, boosting connectivity not just at Manchester but at Heathrow too, where we now have a significant presence.

“We look forward to continuing to develop our partnership with Singapore Airlines into the future for the benefit of our customers.”

Customers can make a single booking with Loganair from; Aberdeen, Isle of Man, Inverness, Dundee, City of Derry and Newquay, transferring onto Singapore Airlines long-haul services from Manchester and Heathrow.

The benefits of utilising the partner network include protection in case of delay and through-checked baggage to the final destination.

Fares from Aberdeen to Houston start from £623 return (subject to availability) and are available to book now at: and, or via travel agents and travel management companies using all major global distribution systems.

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