Which airlines? And would both flights be on the same ticket or would they be on separate tickets?
Since the flight from DUB to GLA will be with Aer Arann and GLA to BRR one operated by Flybe that will very likely mean separate tickets. If you will have a bag to check then keep in mind that the Flybe check in at GLA will close at 0820, so any delay from Dublin or on arrival at GLA will mean missing the flight to BRR.
Flights to Barra are limited, and if I were making the trip (and I would like to experience an arrival or departure at that (very) STOL airport), I would be tempted to fly to Glasgow the day before rather than book a tight connection.
If separate tickets, then next to no chance, especially with a checked bag (which could take 15 minutes to appear on the carousel). I agree, fly to GLA the day before.
And yes, there was a discussion on Aer Lingus (who market Aer Arran flights) and Flybe a week or so ago where it was confirmed that those airlines don't have an interline agreement.Edited: 05 April 2014, 05:35
Thanks very much for your advice.
Can you tell me whether I could leave buying tickets until I get there or will I not be able to get them or will they be hideously expensive? (In Australia the closer to flying date you get the more expensive the flights are).
With only 19 seats that would be risky and prices will be very expensive on the day of departure.
Book now as smudge suggests because your problem will be seat availability more than price, then it's out the way and one less thing to worry about
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