20th May 2009
Flybe, Europe’s largest and most successful regional airline, today started operating its popular twice-weekly Isle of Man service from Newquay Airport that returned due to popular demand, forms part of the airline’s continued roll-out of its extensive 2009 summer schedule.
With fares from just £34.99 one way, including taxes and charges, the service further reinforces Flybe’s commitment to bringing convenient, low cost travel to the South West, enabling passengers to conveniently and affordably access this popular island destination, no more popular than when the world heads to the Island for the annual TT motorbike races.
Isle of Man to Newquay facts
The Isle of Man is a popular route across the Flybe network for both business and leisure passengers and its Newquay route is no exception.
Mike Rutter, Chief Commercial Officer Flybe, says: “Flybe recognises that times are tough this year with people having to keep a close eye on their travel budgets.
“The return of our new Isle of Man route from Newquay shows our commitment to keeping Britain affordably on the move and we’re delighted that people are obviously keen to visit the Island with all its many attractions.”