30 May

Flybe announces 2019-20 winter schedule from Cardiff

  • Choice of 8 routes with up to 120 flights a week
  • More flights to Paris, Dublin and Edinburgh
  • Seasonal ski routes to Chambery* and Geneva

Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has released its 2019-20 Winter schedule from Cardiff Airport, featuring eight key routes with a choice of up to 120 flights a week, which includes extra services to some of its most popular destinations. Seats are available for booking now at www.flybe.co,, effective for travel between 27th October 2019 and 28th March 2020. 

The Winter schedule includes increased flights between Cardiff and Dublin (up to 38 flights a week); Edinburgh (up to 36 flights a week) and Paris Charles de Gaulle (up to 16 flights a week). This means extra frequencies and more choice for those leisure and business customers across Wales seeking to travel within the UK and to Ireland and France, or connect onwards to the world via the French and Irish hub airports. 

Flybe franchise partner, Eastern Airways, will continue to operate regular flights to Anglesey, Newcastle and Aberdeen as part of its 2019-20 Winter schedule and these are also bookable now on Flybe’s website. 

Overview of Flybe’s 2019-20 Winter schedule from Cardiff Airport:

- 8 routes

- Up to 120 flights a week:

        - Dublin - up to 3 times a day

        - Edinburgh - up to 3 times a day

        - Belfast City - daily

        - Paris- daily with two services on Sundays

        - Cork - Tues/Thurs/Sun

        - Jersey - Mon/Wed/Fri

        - Geneva - Saturdays from 14 Dec ’19

        - Chambery* - Saturdays from 14 Dec ’19 (on sale beginning of June) 

Full schedule and booking available at www.flybe.com 

Roy Kinnear, Flybe’s Chief Commercial Officer says: “Our 2019/20 Winter schedule has been planned to provide reliable and affordable travel for both business and leisure customers. Our regional network offers lots of opportunity for making onward connections with our codeshare partners and others at key hub airports. This makes it easy for our customers to travel to and from Cardiff from an airport close to where they live, saving valuable time, effort and money.”

CEO of Cardiff Airport, Deb Barber, added: “We have been working very closely with Flybe since the airline announced its plan to restructure and reduce its jet operations across several of its bases." 

“The release of the Cardiff schedule for the 2019/20 Winter season is a positive reflection of the airline’s commitment to Wales, offering choice and providing good connectivity within the UK, Ireland and France.

“Core routes to Dublin, Edinburgh, Belfast and Paris will continue to operate as will regular flights to Cork, Jersey and ski flights to Geneva and Chambery*.  These services are fundamental to ensuring travellers can travel into and out of Cardiff as a gateway to the region, whether it is for business, leisure or education.” 

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