Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has updated its London City Airport flight schedules for 2015 to correspond with passenger demand on the routes.
Flybe’s on-time, good value and high-quality services from the capitals of Scotland and Northern Ireland direct to the heart of London have proved popular with customers.
As a result, Flybe has decided to:
- Increase flights to/from Edinburgh and London City to six flights a day
- Increase flights to/from Belfast City and London City to four flights a day
Flybe constantly reviews its schedule as part of its disciplined approach to growth. As a result, Flybe is regrettably suspending its Inverness to London City service with effect from Sunday 22nd February due to lower than anticipated passenger numbers. Flights on the Exeter to London City service will reduce from three to two a day from Monday 23rd February in line with the current business usage. Flybe will continue to review this increasingly popular route and will add extra frequencies back into the schedule when appropriate.
Overall, Flybe expects to fly at least half a million passengers annually on its routes to and from London City Airport. These services provide direct links across the UK and Ireland into the heart of London and offer a faster and cheaper alternative to road, rail and ferry travel.
Issued by the Flybe press office: T: 0845 675 0681 E: email@example.com
Notes to Editors:
Flybe, Europe's largest regional airline – 170 routes serving 16 countries from 87 departure points, 36 UK/51 European airports* (all routes on sale Nov ’14 – Sep ‘15); December 2014 named top UK airline for punctuality by consumer watchdog Which?; operates more UK domestic flights than any other airline (UKCAA Oct’13 - Sep ’14); is the largest scheduled airline by air traffic movements at Belfast City, Birmingham, Exeter, Inverness, Manchester, Newquay and Southampton airports (UK CAA Sep ’14); operates 69 aircraft – 45 Bombardier Q400, 13 Embraer 195 & 11 E175; codeshares with BA, Air France, Etihad, KLM and Finnair; has two franchise partners, Loganair and Stobart Air and was Amsterdam Schiphol’s Airline of the Year 2012 Europe.
* Flown under the Flybe brand (26 routes/13 airports exclusively served by Flybe’s franchise partner, Loganair: and six routes and five airports exclusively operated by franchise partner, Stobart Air)