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Article from BTNews 28 SEPTEMBER 2009

Air Southwest Dash comes to the rescue

AIR SOUTHWEST “comes to the rescue” taking a leaf out of the Ryanair book after the Irish carrier abandoned its Stansted – Newquay route, blaming everyone else.  The Plymouth-based airline is pulling out all the stops to remind travellers to Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly that it now flies six times per day from London to both Newquay and Plymouth.  “And we don’t have any hidden extras,” says Managing Director Peter Davies who confirmed that the new London City route was performing to expectations without a big effect on the airline's long established Gatwick services.  The airline says it offers more destinations out of Newquay both in terms of destinations and flights than any other carrier. www.airsouthwest.com

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