· Features 17 routes with choice of up to 97 flights a week
· Includes five ski and winter sun routes
· Introduction of Sunday flights to Norwich
Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has announced its Winter schedule from Exeter Airport earlier than ever this year with its 2018 programme featuring new weekend flights to Norwich on Sundays and the return of two popular sun routes to Alicante and Malaga. Flights are on sale now at www.flybe.com and currently available for travel between 28th October 2018 and 13th January 2019.
Highlights of Flybe’s 2018-19 Winter schedule from Exeter
– Up to 97 flights a week
– Total of 17 routes
– Ski routes to Chambery and Geneva
– Winter Sun routes to Faro, Malaga and Alicante
– Currently available for booking for travel between 28th October 2018 and 13th January 2019.
– Full details and bookings at www.flybe.com
This winter, Flybe is closer than ever before to its customers, providing unparalleled air travel to and from local regional airports, that includes Exeter, to destinations across the UK and mainland Europe, cutting travel time and costs for both business and leisure travel. Customers can also take advantage of Flybe’s codeshare partners to connect seamlessly to the rest of the world through Flybe’s international hubs. Check out the ‘One Stop to the World’ link at http://onestop.flybe.com/en-GB/flights that details all the connectivity options available.
Flybe’s Chief Commercial Officer, Roy Kinnear, comments: “It is great news for our customers that this year we have put our Winter schedule on sale earlier than ever before. It gives plenty of time for decision making but also allows regular winter travellers the chance to make their plans. We have an attractive choice of destinations from Exeter not only for winter getaways but also for essential business travel with the opportunity to book now for the lowest possible fares. Flybe’s network makes it easier than ever for our customers to travel from the regional airport closest to where they live, saving valuable time, effort and money on non-essential travel to farther flung departure points.”