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Article from BTNews 17 AUGUST 2015

Flybe winter programme

A change to the timings on the London City – Exeter service is one of the many timetable alterations in Flybe’s 2015-16 winter programme which has now been published. 

A full day is offered for business travellers from either end of the route, previously customers from London needing to be back at Exeter Airport early afternoon in order to catch the one hour flight.

In line with passenger demand, what is Europe’s largest regional airline has increased the number of flights on many of its most popular services while others have been re-timed for the added convenience of both business and leisure customers.  These include increased frequency between London City and Edinburgh with early morning flights taking off both ends of the route, creating a virtual day-long shuttle service between the two cities: increased flights from Edinburgh and Glasgow to Belfast City.

Flybe maintains its position at Manchester airport as the largest scheduled airline measured by the number of air traffic movements, with 15 routes for winter.  This winter it will also operate more flights to Amsterdam than any of its competitors on this popular route with the tripling of daily flights to six a day. 

With the two new bases at Bournemouth and Cardiff and the re-opening of its Aberdeen operation, Flybe will offer 101 routes this winter.   www.flybe.com

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