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By Air

Three airlines fly to the Faroe Islands. These are the Faroe Islands’ national airline, Atlantic Airways, Scandinavian Airlines (also called SAS), and Scotland’s airline, Flybe operated by Loganair.

 

Atlantic Airways

Atlantic Airways offers direct flights from a host of destinations, such as Denmark, Scotland, Iceland and Norway, with flights usually lasting no longer than two hours. The main route is from Copenhagen, where there are at least two flights daily all year. Frequency of departures to all destinations varies according to season. In addition, Atlantic Airways has direct seasonal flights to other destinations, such as Barcelona and Mallorca.

Scandinavian Airlines

SAS will start flying directly from Copenhagen, Denmark, to the Faroe Islands and back on 26 March, 2017. One flight daily, all year round.

Flybe operated by Loganair

Flybe operated by Loganair will start flying directly from Aberdeen, Scotland, to the Faroe Islands and back on 28 May, 2017. Initially running seasonally until 3 September 2017, the airline is monitoring uptake in the hope of rolling out a year round schedule. Flights are scheduled for Fridays and Sundays.

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