Aerial view of Cardiff Bay
Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has started operating its 2016/17 Winter schedule featuring 14 routes into Cardiff Airport including the continuation of the popular London City service that was initially introduced as a temporary route during the closure of the Severn Tunnel. The airline’s expanded schedule offers a choice of up to 74 flights a week through to 25th March 2017, with one way fares from £24.99 including taxes and charges available for booking at www.flybe.com.
The winter schedule also includes the recently launched twice weekly flights from Berlin Tegel, the German capital's main international airport. Flybe’s codeshare agreement with airberlin means that customers can benefit from seamless and affordable onward connections from long-haul routes into Berlin Tegel as well as throughout Germany when booked direct through airberlin’s website or through a local travel agent.
Other highlights of Flybe’s winter schedule to Cardiff include daily flights from Paris Charles de Gaulle.
Debra Barber, Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer of Cardiff Airport commented: “The Flybe base is now marking its second winter of operation at Cardiff, and it’s very pleasing to reflect on all of the exciting developments that have been announced over the year so far, including the recent extension of the daily London City service which continues due to popular demand. We look forward to a busy winter of welcoming Flybe passengers and to continue our great working relationship with the airline, so that the base can keep going from strength to strength.”
Full details of airports flying to Cardiff with Flybe can be found here.
For clients who wish to visit North Wales and its surrounding counties, Wales is less than 45 minutes from Manchester Airport by car. A schedule of flights to Manchester airport can be found here.
Published 11 November 2016