Find Eastern Airways flight deals and all you need to know about flying Eastern Airways.
Eastern Airways information
-BAe JetStream 41
-Embraer ERJ 145
Eastern Airways routes
Since 2008 Eastern Airways has been providing fixed wing services to and from Aberdeen Airport and Scatsta Airport in Shetland.
The flights are used to transport oil workers employed by the companies that make up the IAC consortium. Eastern Airways supply fixed wing operations on behalf of Bristow Helicopters. Bristow Helicopters are responsible for providing all air transportation and ground handling services under the terms of the IAC contract. In 2010, the contract with Bristow was extended to 2015. Eastern will continue to provide fixed wing services to Scatsta In March 2017 they started operating PSO flights between Cardiff and Anglesey. From September 2017 Eastern Airways will also be operating flights for Flybe.
Eastern Airways has codeshare agreements with the following airlines (as of January 2015):
Let's get to know before flying with Eastern Airways
The airline started operations in December 1997 with a scheduled service between Humberside and Aberdeen following KLM's withdrawal from the route. In February 1999 it purchased Manchester based Air Kilroe, granting the company an Air Operator's Certificate and giving the airline a fleet of two BAe Jetstream 32 aircraft.
To book Eastern Airways ticket online, do as follows
- Select route in the search box.
- Select fare.
- Fill in passenger's requested information.
- Select payment method.
- Finish transaction and Eastern Airways e-ticket will be sent to your email.