FLYBE ANNOUNCES BOOST TO 2019 SUMMER SCHEDULE FROM MANCHESTER

 

 

  • Features 21 routes with choice of up to 325 flights a week

  • Up to four flights a week to Luxembourg

  • Weekday increase from three to four daily flights to Dusseldorf

  • Extension of Chambery ski route through to mid-April

  • Includes flights to regional France for peak summer

 

Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has confirmed an expansion of its 2019 Summer schedule from Manchester Airport with the continuation from winter of its four times weekly flights to Luxembourg; and an increase to its Dusseldorf service from three to four flights a day Monday – Friday which have been scheduled for customer convenience with an earlier departure from Germany to accommodate better connections on to the airline’s own UK regional network and to that of its codeshare partner at Manchester.

 

All flights are available for booking now at www.flybe.com for travel between 31st March and 26th October 2019.

 

Flights to Luxembourg will operate on Mondays/Thursday/Fridays and Sundays.

 

Other highlights of Flybe’s 2019 Summer schedule from Manchester include:

-       Up to four flights a day to Amsterdam, Edinburgh, Exeter

-       Up to six flights a day to Aberdeen

-       Up to seven flights a day to Belfast City

-       Multi frequency flights to Paris Charles de Gaulle

-       Flights to La Rochelle, Lyon and Rennes over peak summer

 

The airline’s 2019 Summer schedule from Manchester features a total of 21 routes offering a choice of up to 325 flights a week.

 

Roy Kinnear, Flybe’s Chief Commercial Officer comments: “Our 2019 Summer programme to and from Manchester offers a really comprehensive range of travel options. We look forward to welcoming even more passengers on board our extra weekday flights to Dusseldorf as well as to the Luxembourg service we are continuing through from our winter schedule.”

 

Julian Carr, Aviation Director at Manchester Airport, added: “It’s great to see Flybe increase its Summer 2019 schedule from Manchester Airport. The airline’s increase in services to the likes of Luxembourg and Dusseldorf will no doubt prove popular with the 22m people living in our vast catchment area.”

 

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