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03 May 2012

Flybe to the Rescue for Passengers Stranded between Copenhagen and Stockholm Bromma

Following today’s announcement that Cimber Sterling has ceased operations, Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, is pleased to be able to offer the following fare for stranded passengers between Copenhagen and Stockholm Bromma airport between now and 13 May 2012.

Copenhagen (CPH) and Stockholm Bromma (BMA): 550DKK / 650SEK / 70EUR / 60GBP.

This fare includes one piece of checked luggage up to 20kg.

In order to take advantage of this special rescue fare, please contact Flybe’s call centres on +358 600 9 4477 or +44-1392-268-504 (UK: English only) or purchase your new ticket at Kastrup or Bromma airport. This special rescue fare is only available to passengers who have confirmed tickets on Cimber-Sterling between Copenhagen and Stockholm Bromma airport and can provide their original ticket information.

This offer is valid for passengers who were booked to travel between now and Sunday, 13 May 2012. From 14 May onwards, we welcome all the passengers to travel with us between Copenhagen and Stockholm Bromma with fares from SEK 359 / DKK 300 available in www.flybe.com.