Europe’s largest regional airline takes off for summer with four routes from Liverpool including brand new Newquay route.
LIVERPOOL, UK, 2016-Apr-20 — /Travel PR News/ — Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, started operating its 2016 Summer Schedule recently with a choice of four routes and up to 65 flights a week from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, including a brand new direct service to Newquay, and additional frequencies on its popular Belfast City and Isle of Man routes.
One way fares are from £24.99 including taxes and charges and are available for booking at Flybe.com.
Travellers from Liverpool will now be able to fly directly to Newquay with Flybe, on a new route which will operate on Saturdays. Another new route sees the addition of Edinburgh with daily flights. Additional frequencies have also been added on routes to Belfast City and the Isle of Man in order to better meet demand and provide a greater choice of flight times.
Highlights of Flybe’s 2016 Summer Schedule from Liverpool John Lennon Airport
For travel through to Saturday 29th October 2016
- Four routes
- Choice of up to 65 flights a week
- Two new routes for summer: Liverpool to Newquay, operating on Saturdays and Liverpool to Edinburgh, seven days a week.
- Two extra weekend flights added to Belfast City route
- Liverpool to Isle of Man route increased to up to four flights per day
- Details of all flights available for booking at www.flybe.com with one way fares from £24.99 including taxes and airport charges
Vincent Hodder, Flybe’s Chief Revenue Officer, comments: “Time saving, affordable, punctual travel is what we will be delivering to our customers this summer to and from Liverpool. Our customer promise is to be the ‘Fastest way from A to Flybe’, faster than rail and road, aiming to be on time every time.”
Mark Povall, Director of Air Service Development at Liverpool Airport added: “Flybe has grown its business from Liverpool significantly over the past 18 months with new routes and additional frequencies giving passengers across the City Region a wider choice of UK destinations from their airport.”