Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has announced the first phase of its 2019 Summer schedule from Cardiff, featuring a wealth of destinations to suit both leisure and business customers choosing to fly from Wales’ national airport.
Appreciating that many of its customers like to plan early to take advantage of the best possible prices, seats are on sale now at flybe.com and are currently available for travel to and from Cardiff between 31st March and 16th June 2019, with further seats due to be added in the coming weeks.
Highlights of first phase of Flybe’s Summer ‘19 schedule at Cardiff Airport include:
· Popular destinations Faro, Venice, Milan Malpensa and Rome Fiumicino featured
· Key business routes including Belfast City, Dublin and Edinburgh continue
Flybe connects people and communities and also offers multiple opportunities for onward travel either with its own services or via its 11 codeshare partner airlines operating from the many main hub airports it serves. This is an added convenience for those wanting to travel from their regional airport especially to destinations across the world when booked direct with the relevant airline or through a local travel agent. Check out the many options available via the ‘One Stop to the World’ link at http://onestop.flybe.com/en-GB/flights to see just how far you can travel with just one ticket!
Flybe CCO, Roy Kinnear, comments: “We have listened to our customers’ feedback and know that many like to plan their travel far in advance. Our new schedule features many of our most popular high frequency services and also highlights Flybe’s ongoing commitment to unparalleled connectivity from regional airports to destinations across the UK, Europe and beyond.”
Cardiff Airport’s CEO, Deb Barber, added: “It’s great to see Flybe adding flights for Summer 2019 on sale early, giving our customers that extra time to plan, book and benefit from great fares.
Since Flybe opened its base in 2015 the airline has gone from strength to strength, adding more destinations and even basing a third aircraft to create more availability. Today’s announcement of extra flights to Paris and Glasgow is testament to the popularity of these routes and we look forward to further capacity added when the second phase is released in coming weeks.”