Monday 23rd of November 2015
Planning ahead for 2016, popular regional airline Flybe has released and launched its 2016 summer schedule from Aberdeen International Airport and it includes several extended routes and one brand new route between the city and Cornwall Newquay Airport.
The full Flybe schedule from Aberdeen now includes six different routes which have been planned with special focus to ensure they are offering services which are an improvement on previous schedules for business customers whose travel times are particularly sensitive and several routes have had additional daily frequencies added to their schedule.
Flybe has added in extra flights from the Granite City to Belfast City, Birmingham and Manchester with 13 new additional flights away to these city and there are now also two flights a day to London City Airport, with both early morning and late afternoon flights no available, as this provided the added option of day returns. The airline has also confirmed it will bring back its route to Jersey for the peak of summer with weekly Saturday flights available. The newest route though will be the one connecting Aberdeen to Newquay and it opens up a further range of opportunities for both business and leisure customers travelling from Scotland to the South Coast of England.
This new summer schedule begins on 27th March 2016 and between this date and 30th September 2016 Aberdeen International Airport will offer up to 85 different flights a week with Flybe, giving far more opportunities for Scottish and Aberdeen based travellers, as well as those wishing to travel up to the Granite City.