I'm going to Aberdeen next week VS I'll be going to Aberdeen next week

Hi,

Are there any differences in meaning between the two following sentences?

(i) I’m going to Aberdeen next week.
(ii) I’ll be going to Aberdeen next week.

Hi Francis,

‘I am going’ suggests intention and ‘I’ll be going’ indicates determination. The end result is the same because they both point to the future.

Alan

All right. Thanks.