OWNERS of Glasgow's "number one Rangers sports bar" have chartered their own direct flight to Seville to get fans to the Europa League Final. 

After four weeks of hard work, The Bristol Bar announced it has chartered a Boeing 737-500 to fly its loyal customers to the Spanish city on what owners say is the "cheapest charter flight" heading to the final.

The plane, which seats up to 132 passengers, has already been fully booked by dedicated Rangers fans. 

In a post on Facebook the owners of the Duke Street bar wrote: "Welcome aboard The Bristol Bar Airlines.

"After a lot of hard work over the last four weeks we are now so proud to announce we have managed to secure the Boeing 737-500 and have now got everyone booked on and we’re good to go.

"The flight is now full, booked and paid for with all our passengers on board taking full advantage of the cheapest charter flight heading to Sevilla."

The announcement of the flight was met with support from fans who praised the "amazing" effort.

One person wrote: "Amazing, the Bristol Bar again a pub like no other, congratulations to all involved, have a safe trip and bring the cup back with youse."

Another person said: "Amazing. Safe flight and trip everyone and hope we all have something to celebrate."

A third added: "Absolutely outstanding well done."

The bar has also announced that after 5.30pm on Wednesday, there will ticketed entry at the pub for regular customers only due to safety worries and overwhelming interest.