THE full list and schedule of flights taking off from Teesside Airport next summer has been revealed - and there's eleven destinations to choose from.

Flights to seven countries across Europe will be taking off from Teesside as the 2021 summer holiday period begins.

It comes as Ryanair recently revealed it was making a return to the airport, with twice weekly flights to two destinations, after a several-year gap.

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We've put together a list of confirmed flights, and when exactly they will be operating over the summer months.


Some flights that have been introduced are seasonal, while others operate all-year-round and will be flying during the holiday period.

Here's the full list of flights from Teesside Airport:

The Northern Echo:

  • Alicante - Ryanair between June and October
  • Palma, Majorca - Ryanair between June and October
  • Bourgas, Bulgaria - Balkan Holidays between May and September
  • Lake Garda - Newmarket Holidays in September
  • Jersey - Loganair, all year flights begin in February
  • Newquay - Loganair, all year flights begin in February
  • Dublin - Loganair, all year flights begin in February
  • Belfast City - Eastern Airways and Loganair, all year round
  • Amsterdam, KLM, all year flights begin in February

Last week, the Tees Valley Mayor Ben Huchen said he was looking forward to the future of the airport as the Ryanair deal was confirmed.

He said: “At Teesside Airport, despite all the challenges, we continue to go from strength to strength, and the announcement that Europe’s biggest low-cost airline, Ryanair, is backing Teesside and announcing they are going to fly from our airport with a seven-year deal shows that our airport has a great future and is in safe hands.  

“It’s not just the airport that is turning a corner, with the Prime Minister recently saying that he expected all vulnerable people to be vaccinated against the coronavirus by Easter next year, if all goes well.

"Imagine them being able to look forward to that, and also the potential of a fantastic holiday with family or friends as these flights launch.  

“We’ve got the flights, we’re making improvements to the terminal, we’ve got global businesses choosing to invest and base themselves here, and now we’ve got Ryanair. What a fantastic early birthday present for the airport – and for local people across Teesside, Darlington and Hartlepool.”