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Article from BTNews 18 MARCH 2013

Flybe ups Scottish shuttle

From next September, Flybe will offer up to 16 flights daily between Birmingham and the two major Scottish lowland airports, Edinburgh and Glasgow.  With a weekdaily frequency of eight flights the route becomes a virtual shuttle.  The airline also flies twice daily between Birmingham and Aberdeen.

Business travellers in particular will benefit from the added choice and flexibility that Flybe’s high-frequency services now offer: for example, there are three conveniently timed weekday flights leaving Edinburgh for Birmingham before 09:00; whilst northbound they have the choice of up to four weekday flights leaving Birmingham after 16:00.

Embraer E series jets are used on all the routes with three booking classes ‘Essentials’, ‘New Economy’ and ‘Plus’.  Flight time is around 1hr 15mins against a road journey of around 300 miles for both city pairs. www.flybe.com

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