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.
For further press information, or to arrange an interview, please contact the Flybe press office:
T: 0845 675 0681 E: email@example.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)