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30th September 2009

Bargain seat sale extended till Monday October 5th

Leading regional airline extends up to 50% selected seat sale due to popular demand

Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline and the UK’s number one domestic carrier, is extending its bargain seat sale due to popular demand with up to 50% slashed off the price of selected flights for bookings made up to midnight on Monday October 5th .

The seat sale, for travel on or before December 31st, includes a number of Flybe’s most popular routes such as London Gatwick, Manchester and Southampton as well as a choice of attractive regional European services to Paris, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt and Avignon.  The selection has been chosen to appeal not only to those looking to travel on business but also for those looking for winter getaways.

Mike Rutter, Flybe’s Chief Commercial Officer, comments: “We're not taking the recession lying down and, with people obviously looking around for travel bargains,  we have decided to extend our special seat sale for another few days. Flybe is continuing to take the lead in keeping Britain on the move. With prices cut by up to 50%, now is the perfect opportunity to bag a bargain flight to a host of British and European destinations.”

“By booking with Flybe not only are our customers able to enjoy knock-down prices but can book with confidence knowing that they are travelling with the largest regional airline in Europe. We advise people to book now to avoid missing out."