Commercial flights from Norwich Airport are now available to book once more, with KLM resuming daily flights to Amsterdam Schiphol from 3 August, offering onward international connectivity.
TUI Tenerife returns in time for the winter season from 8 October, whilst Loganair will increase the frequency of its Aberdeen route in August and recommence Edinburgh in September.
The first flight to recommence is to Bourgas (Bulgaria), operated by Balkan Holidays, scheduled for Thursday 16 July.
Norwich Airport has remained open during the pandemic for offshore helicopter flights, medical and military flights and General Aviation, whilst Loganair operated a reduced Aberdeen schedule.
The airport has welcomed the return of commercial flying with proactive measures in place to ensure the safety and well-being of staff and passengers.
Norwich Airport is part of Regional & City Airports (RCA), which owns Bournemouth, Coventry, Exeter and Norwich airports, and operates Blackpool and Solent Daedalus on behalf of their owners.
See the latest information: www.norwichairport.co.uk/flight-start-dates