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9th January 2009

Jet away with Flybe and just pay taxes & charges

Flybe’s 4-day weekend sale offers great 2009 flight deals

Flybe, Europe’s largest and most successful regional airline, has today announced a ‘Just Pay Taxes & Charges’ promotion on a number of its most popular routes across its network to a range of destinations across the UK. 

The four-day only sale runs from 0800 on Friday 9th January to midnight on Monday 12th January for travel between 30th January and 8th April  and all passengers have to pay for their ticket are the taxes and airport charges.

This massive seat sale couldn’t have come at a better time for travellers looking to banish their post Christmas blues and defy the economic doom and gloom. The news also comes as an added bonus to Flybe’s recent announcement to offer passengers free redundancy cover insurance on all bookings made in January. 

Customers can now benefit from this latest offer by booking these added-value  Flybe flights, comfortable in the knowledge that - should they or anyone on the same booking  be made redundant before flying - they will also be able to get their money back at no additional cost to themselves.

Mike Rutter, Chief Commercial Officer, Flybe, comments: “In this challenging economic environment, it is clear that people have already made the decision to defy the economic gloom and continue to book holidays. Our four-day ‘Just Pay Taxes & Charges’ offer, coupled with our free Book With Confidence free redundancy insurance cover,  will help our passengers to still enjoy their breaks away without breaking the bank.

“This offer also gives travellers the chance to still enjoy the full Flybe experience but at a reduced cost – great for people wanting to get away from it all after a hectic Christmas and New Year.  As tickets are only available for a limited period, we would advise them to book as early as possible to take advantage of the best possible seat savings.”

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