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December 24th 2010


Leading regional airline brings back popular French Riviera route due to popular demand

Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline and the UK’s Number One Domestic carrier, has today announced that its popular Jersey to Nice route will return for the 2011 Summer season.  The weekly Saturday service will operate from June 18 – September 17 with tickets now on sale at from £44.99 one way including taxes and charges.  Flybe’s summer schedule that starts operating on March 27th offers an extensive variety of 22 routes from the Island with a choice of up to 314 flights a week.

Schedule for Jersey to Nice
Operates Sundays between June 18th – September 17th
Departs Jersey 1315 arrives Nice       1625
Departs Nice    1650 arrives Jersey     1800

Mike Rutter, Flybe’s Chief Commercial Officer comments: “We’re delighted to bring back this sun route to one of France’s most popular summer destinations for our Jersey passengers. Despite the economic challenges of the past 12 months, Flybe has continued to grow and we remain committed to providing the widest range of convenient and affordable travel options for our customers.

“Our Jersey passengers can be assured that by choosing to fly with Flybe next summer, they are travelling with the Channel Island’s largest scheduled airline. We would advise people to book their summer holiday now on to take advantage of the lowest possible fares.”