Monday 10th of November 2014
Great for a weekend away, Anne working at Car Hire Manchester Airport is delighted with the latest destination on offer from the airport.
Manchester Airport will be offering a new daily service to Amsterdam with airline Flybe offering the route. Flybe is the largest scheduled airline by the volume of traffic movements at ManchesterAirport and this will be its third winter season there.
Paul Simmons, Flybe’s chief commercial officer, said “The diversity of our winter network this year is greatly expanded and, on existing evidence, the demand for flights on our new route to Amsterdam is extremely high. We have scheduled these flights at optimum times for those making onward connections through Schiphol.”
The airline is pushing a focus on its link-ups with other airlines so passengers can fly via Manchester to long-haul destinations. The airline has also increased its frequency to Inverness, with three a day, and it’s added an extra six flights to both Exeter and Newquay.
Ken OToole, chief commercial officer at Manchester Airports Group, said “We are delighted to see Flybe’s ongoing commitment to Manchester Airport. The choice of routes available reinforces our ‘Fly Manchester’ messaging, with a wealth of accessible destinations available to the 22m in our catchment area on their doorstep. The continued use of ManchesterAirport as their regional hub remains to be extremely positive and supports our ever increasing long haul services.”