Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, started operating its 2018-19 Winter schedule from Exeter this past weekend (Sunday 28th October 2018) featuring a total of 18 routes with a choice of up to 93 flights a week available throughout the UK and mainland Europe for travel through to 30th March 2019.
The winter schedule features increased frequency on a number of attractive destinations. Flights to Paris Charles de Gaulle now depart up to twice a day and there are an additional four flights a week to Amsterdam. There is also an increase in flights to Manchester, now featuring up to four flights a day.
Matt Roach, Exeter Airport Managing Director says: “The additional Flybe flights this season will be warmly welcomed. The new twice daily departures to Paris will offer more convenience and easier connectivity and it’s the same for Amsterdam and Manchester with increased frequency on the routes. The continuation of the flights on the sun routes will also allow more South West passengers to enjoy to Spain and Portugal from their local airport; whist winter sports enthusiasts can access the Alps via Chambery and Geneva.”
Flybe has also updated its on board Cafe Flybe menu for winter that includes a new range of the popular Graze snacks with vegan friendly options, and a healthy apple and blackcurrant Fruit Shoot drink for children made with real fruit that has no added sugar, artificial colourings or flavourings.
Booking and full details available at www.flybe.com where Flybe’s Summer schedule is now available for travel up to 8th September 2019.