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Flights from Scotland to European city relaunched by budget airline

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SCOTS will be able to fly to a popular European city after a budget airline relaunched its cheap flights.

Spanish low-cost airline Vueling will be bringing Scots to and from Barcelona.

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Entrance to the main terminal building of Edinburgh AirportCredit: Getty

Edinburgh is one of four UK airports used by the airline, with the rest being elsewhere in the UK.

Fares for the popular flight are set to start at £69.99 per person.

The flights between the cities will operate until November.

Currently, it flies five times a week from Birmingham to Barcelona for £44.99 per person.

Earlier this year, Ryanair announced it would add flights from Edinburgh Airport to several coastal holiday destinations from springtime.

These include an incredibly famous resort in Africa and a popular wine region city.

Flights to Agadir, in Morocco, are scheduled to start from April 1 with twice weekly departures on Mondays and Saturdays.

Agadir’s biggest draw is a 9km-long stretch of golden sand which is dotted with hotels, waterparks, and a selection of incredible bars and restaurants.

And the new Ryanair flights will mean it will only cost £65 to fly there.

As well as enjoying the sand and surf, holidaymakers can discover Agadir and its souks, minarets and tea cafes.

The airline is also launching flights to two places in France РBergerac, which is found on the northern bank of the Dordogne River, and Biarritz, an elegant seaside town on the Basque coast.

Flights to Bergerac will begin operating on April 2 pm a twice-weekly basis on Tuesday and Saturdays, costing £22 a journey.

While flights to Biarritz will start on April 3, operating twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays for prices starting at £26.

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