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Flybe announces temporary changes to its Guernsey – Southampton schedule

18th September 2014

Flybe has today confirmed a number of immediate schedule changes to its Guernsey - Southampton route.

In recent months we have been experiencing unacceptable economic returns on this route due to the significant number of increased services: total supply is no longer aligned with total demand.

Effective from Thursday 2nd October to Saturday 25th October, Flybe will operate a twice daily service on Saturdays and Sundays. During this time the weekday service will be temporarily suspended.

The weekday service will be restored to one a day effective from 26th October, with one service on Saturdays and two on Sundays. Details will be available shortly at: flybe.com

Passengers booked on flights no longer operating will be contacted by Flybe’s Call Centre and offered the option of being re-accommodated wherever possible on an alternative flight or given a full refund.

The airline’s Exeter and Birmingham and intra-island routes will continue to operate as normal.

Flybe wishes to sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused.

~ENDS~

For further press information, or to arrange an interview, please contact the Flybe press office:

T: 0845 675 0681 E: pressoffice@flybe.com

Notes to editors

Flybe, Europe's largest regional airline – 195 routes serving 17 countries from 95 departure points, 37 UK/58 European airports* (all routes on sale Aug ’14 – Mar ‘15); operates more UK domestic flights than any other airline (UKCAA July’13 - June ’14); is the largest scheduled airline by air traffic movements at Belfast City, Birmingham, Exeter, Inverness, Isle of Man, Manchester, Newquay and Southampton airports (UK CAA June ’14); operates 70 aircraft – 45 Bombardier Q400, 14 Embraer 195 & 11 E175; codeshares with BA, Air France, Etihad, KLM; has two franchise partners, Loganair and Stobart Air and was Amsterdam Schiphol’s Airline of the Year 2012 Europe.

* Flown under the Flybe brand (27 routes/13 airports exclusively served by Flybe’s franchise partner, Loganair: and seven routes and five airports exclusively operated by franchise partner, Stobart Air)