Flybe has announced its extensive 2018 Summer schedule from Exeter Airport. This features 19 routes offering a total choice of up to 105 departures a week across the UK and regional mainland Europe.
Passengers can plan early and take advantage of the best possible prices which are from £24.99 one way including taxes and charges and are currently available for travel between 25 March and 17 June 2018. Full details fares and flights are at flybe.com
Summer sun seekers are well catered for with routes to Palma de Mallorca, Faro, Alicante and Malaga. The schedule also includes a four times week service to Norwich and three times a day to its Manchester hub.
Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, offers seamless onward travel to a large selection of global destinations via its Manchester hub through its many airline partners and many connections via Flybe’s own services. See ‘One Stop to the World’ for details all the connectivity options available.
Flybe’s 2018 Summer schedule highlights:
- Amsterdam (daily)
- Dublin (daily)
- Faro (up to twice a week)
- London City (up to five times a week)
- Paris Charles De Gaulle (daily)
- Manchester (three times a day)
Exeter Airport Managing Director Matt Roach said: “I am very pleased that our Exeter-based airline continues to offer South West travellers a choice of departures to two dozen destinations around Europe and the opportunity of onward connectivity through Manchester. The airline flies direct to airports in France, Spain and Portugal but the Manchester hub boasts more destinations than any other UK airport, so worldwide travel can start here at Exeter Airport.”
Vincent Hodder, Flybe’s Chief Revenue Officer comments “We have listened to our customers’ feedback and know that many like to plan their travel far in advance. So we have worked hard to put our 2018 Summer schedule on sale that much sooner this year to allow our customers the opportunity to plan their next summer travel early. Our new schedule also highlights Flybe’s ongoing commitment to making possible unparalleled connectivity from regional airports to destinations across the UK, Europe and beyond.”