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FLYBE ROUTE FROM CARDIFF TAKES OFF FOR DUBLIN

3 JUNE 2015

Leading regional airline’s new route to Welsh capital offers choice of six flights a week

Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has started operating its brand new service between Cardiff and Dublin offering a choice of six flights a week. One way fares are from €30, including taxes and charges.

2015 SUMMER SCHEDULE
DUBLIN (DUB) TO CARDIFF (CWL)
Available for travel 1st June – 24th October 2015
Mondays – Fridays:
Dep CWL 2010 Arr DUB 2110 Dep DUB 2140 Arr CWL 2245
Sundays:
Dep CWL 2040 Arr DUB 2140 Dep DUB 2210 Arr CWL 2315

This is the second new route that Flybe has started to operate from Dublin Airport in a matter of weeks. The airline recently launched flights to Bournemouth with a choice of four flights a week on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sundays.

Flybe’s Chief Commercial Officer, Paul Simmons, says: “We’re pleased, once again, to be celebrating another route into Dublin Airport from the UK and look forward to welcoming all our new passengers on board.”

As well as being the recognised gateway to the country and rich in ancient history, Cardiff, Wales’ Capital city, provides sporting excitement especially for rugby enthusiasts at the Millennium Stadium as well as top class entertainment and shopping. Shuttle buses run every 25 minutes to and from the airport direct into the heart of the city.

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About Flybe

Flybe, Europe's largest regional airline – 178 routes serving 9 countries from 72 departure points, 37 UK/35 European airports* (all routes on sale May ’15 – Oct ‘15); operates more UK domestic flights than any other airline (UK CAA Apr ’14 – Mar ‘15); named top UK airline for punctuality in report issued by UK consumer watchdog Which? (Dec 2014); is the largest scheduled airline by air traffic movements at Belfast City, Birmingham, Exeter, Inverness, Isle of Man, Jersey, Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Newquay and Southampton airports (UK CAA Mar ’15); operates fleet of 64 aircraft – 47 Bombardier Q400, 6 Embraer 195 & 11 E175; codeshares with BA, Air France, Etihad, KLM, Finnair, Aer Lingus and Cathay Pacific; has two franchise partners, Loganair and Stobart Air; has own globally recognised Training Academy in Exeter with flight deck and cabin crew simulator facilities, 26 classrooms and 150-seat conference facility.

* Flown under the Flybe brand (27 routes/11 airports exclusively served by Flybe’s franchise partner, Loganair: and four routes and four airports exclusively operated by franchise partner, Stobart Air)

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