LOGANAIR have cancelled all routes to and from Southend airport and Aberdeen after bookings were "below expectations."

Loganair, Scotland's largest airline, have cancelled all flights to Aberdeen from Southend, after April 17, due to a lack of bookings for flights to and from the Scottish city.

Flights up until that date will operate as normal.

A spokesperson for Loganair, said: "Bookings for Aberdeen to London Southend have been below expectations, and we’ve therefore reluctantly taken the decision to no longer operate the route, with the last flight being on April 17.

“We apologise to customers for the inconvenience caused and will work with them to put alternative travel plans in place, with the alternative of a full refund.

“Loganair remains committed to Aberdeen Airport, and will be pressing ahead with the launch of Aberdeen to Haugesund in Norway flights on 24 February.”