Britain’s leading low cost airline Flybe announces that 16 more routes will be added to their network in time for the 2010 summer travel season. Currently the airline services almost 3800 flights a week during the summertime to main airports in the UK as well as Europe. Now it will be even more! Some of their new destinations include Bordeaux, Verona, Belfast and Avignon.
Flybe’s summer program keeps extending with exciting new destinations departing from Birmingham, Exeter, Manchester, Southampton and London Gatwick, among other regional airports. By adding 16 new routes, Flybe continues to be UK’s largest domestic airline, always giving their passengers more and more destination options every year.
Flybe operates alongside Loganair, its franchise partner. The two airlines will jointly service the new routes this summer which are available now for booking for travel from March 2010 until the end of October of 2010. The summer starts early with Flybe! Some of their starting prices are as low as £22.99 one-way with all of the taxes and charges included.
There are no excuses to not get away this summer to some of the European destinations that you’ve always dreamed of; here is the list of the new routes as well as Flybe’s popular favourites that are making a comeback from summer of 2009. So get out there and travel!
From Birmingham fly to Avignon, Bordeau, Limoges and Rennes
From Guernsey fly to Edinburgh and Belfast
From Jersey fly to Prestwick and Durham Tees Valley
From London Gatwick fly to Limoges
From Manchester fly to Avignon, Bergerac and Limoges
From Southampton fly to Verona
Some of the returning destinations from last year’s summer holiday season include:
Bergerac, Split, Toulouse, La Rochelle, Nice, Isle of Man and Salzburg.
Find more about Flybe in our airline profile section!