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FLYBE TO OPERATE BRAND NEW ROUTES FROM CARDIFF FOR EURO 2016

Leading regional airline adds support for Welsh fans travelling to watch national team in June by operating brand new routes to Bordeaux and Toulouse

8th January 2016

Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, is to operate two brand new ‘single day’ routes from Cardiff Airport on both June 11th and 20th to enable Welsh fans wanting to travel direct to Bordeaux and Toulouse to watch their team play these two historic EURO 2016 matches!

Operated by 118-seat Embraer 195 jets, seats will go on sale early on Thursday 14th January, with full details being announced on Wednesday 13th.


For further press information, or to arrange an interview, please contact the Flybe press office: T: 0845 675 0681    E: [email protected]

Notes to Editors:
Flybe, Europe's largest regional airline – 194 routes serving 10 countries from 72 departure points, 37 UK/35 European airports* (all routes on sale Jan ’16 – Oct ‘16); operates more UK domestic flights than any other airline (UK CAA Dec ’14 – Nov‘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, Bournemouth, Cardiff, Exeter, Glasgow, Isle of Man, Jersey, Manchester, Newquay and Southampton airports (UK CAA Nov’15); operates fleet of 75 aircraft – 52 Bombardier Q400, 9 Embraer 195, 11 E175 & 3 ATR 72s; codeshares with BA, Air France, Etihad, KLM, Finnair, Aer Lingus, Cathay Pacific and Emirates; has two franchise partners, Loganair and Stobart Air making it only UK airline brand with 71% coverage of reporting airports (UK CAA Nov ’15); 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 (31 routes/11 airports exclusively served by Flybe’s franchise partner, Loganair: and 3 routes and 3 airports exclusively operated by franchise partner, Stobart Air)