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11th December 2009

Flybe announces new routes for Summer 2010 from Edinburgh

Leading regional airline operating over 500 summer flights a week from airport

Flybe, the UK’s number one domestic airline, has today announced two new French routes to Rennes and Bergerac from its Edinburgh base for Summer 2010; as well as announcing its intention to operate a brand new three times weekly service direct to and from Guernsey, subject to States of Guernsey licensing approval.  This means that travellers have the choice of a total 514 Flybe summer flights a week to and from the airport.

All Flybe’s previously announced  Summer 2010 routes, together with those of its franchise partner, Loganair,  are now available for booking through to October 30th, 2010; the  complete 2010 summer schedule now on sale at www.flybe.com for travel effective 28th March with prices starting from £22.99 one-way including taxes and charges. 

The new summer 2010 services announced today from Edinburgh are as follows:

Edinburgh – Rennes

  • Flights start operating on 12th July 2010 until 20th August 2010
  • Prices start at £49.99 one way including taxes and charges
  • Flights operate twice a week on Mondays and Fridays

Edinburgh – Bergerac

  • Flights start operating on 22nd May 2010 until 23rd October 2010
  • Prices start at £59.99 one way including taxes and charges
  • Flights operate once a week on Saturdays, with two flights a day between 6th July & 24th August

Mike Rutter, Flybe’s Chief Commercial Officer, comments: “We’re delighted to be able to offer our Edinburgh passengers a choice of over 500 summer flights a week next year. We are committed to ensuring that Flybe offers an extensive range of affordable quality flights to the widest possible range of attractive destinations.

“With people already planning next year’s holidays and wanting their budgets go as far as possible, it’s advisable to book early and take advantage of the lowest possible fares.”