New flights to Newquay airport to boost Cornwall staycation market in 2020

According to a 2018 survey, British families begin planning their holidays more than six months in advance. That means that all over the UK, people are thinking about where to spend their summer break. With Loganair launching new flights from Cornwall Airport Newquay during April and May, Cornwall will be a strong contender for UK summer staycations this year.
The new Logainair routes will connect Cornwall directly with Norwich for the first time since 2013, as well as providing the UK’s longest non-stop service, from Cornwall Airport Newquay to Aberdeen.
The Aberdeen route launches on 1 April, along with a new Newcastle route, both of which will be year-round services. Norwich, along with Glasgow, will be connected by a new summer season route that launches on 3 April. Glasgow flights begin on 22 May. And while Flybe is stopping its Heathrow-Newquay connection, it’s launching a new Gatwick-Newquay service, meaning that those in London and the South East will retain easy access to Cornwall.
For the Cornish staycation industry, Loganair’s new schedule is excellent news. Cornwall is uniquely positioned to attract those looking to holiday within the UK thanks to its stunning rural and coastal landscape, as well as its superb accessibility. From families to surfers, the county has something for everyone.
That’s why Spot Blue International Property  is so excited about its collection of brand new two-, three- and four-bedroom luxury holiday homes at Retallack Resort & Spa, just 10 minutes from Cornwall Newquay Airport. Each property has its own hot tub for the ultimate relaxation experience, as well as a log-burning stove, decking, garden furniture and BBQ.
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