Flybe announce full winter schedule for Cardiff Airport

Berlin (A.Savin, Wikimedia Commons)
Berlin (A.Savin, Wikimedia Commons)

Flybe have announced the final part of their 2016/2017 winter schedule for Cardiff Airport today which includes a new service to Berlin and daily flights to Dublin.

The new Berlin service will operate twice weekly to Berlin’s Tegel (EDDT/TXL) which is the main international airport for Berlin, a feat ignored by many low fares carriers who get you “near” the place you want to be.

The service will operate from the 2nd November 2016 on a Wednesday and Saturday making it good for business or a few days away in the German capital.

Berlin Tegel Timings:

Departs CWL 1020 Arrives TXL 1320

Departs TXL 1355 Arrive CWL 1505

The times for the winter daily Dublin service are:

Mon-Fri 30th Oct – 25th March

Dep CWL 2010 Arr DUB 2110
Dep DUB 2140 Arr CWL 2245

Sat 5th Nov – 10th Dec

Dep CWL 1710 Arr DUB 1810
Dep DUB 1840 Arr CWL 1945

17th Dec – 25th March

Dep CWL 0845 Arr DUB 0945
Dep DUB 1015 Arr CWL 1120

Sun 30th Oct – 25th March

Dep CWL 2030 Arr DUB 2130
Dep DUB 2200 Arr CWL 2305

Other improvements in the schedule include an increased Geneva (LSGG/GVA) service, now 3 times per week on a Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday and the daily Paris Charles De Gaulle (LFPG/CDG) flight moving to an earlier time. Glasgow (EGPF/GLA) also increases to 11 flights per week in the winter schedule.

Vincent Hodder, Flybe’s Chief Revenue Officer, said: “The diversity of our winter schedule is ideal for those not only  wanting to book affordable business travel but also winter sun and short leisure breaks, especially over the autumn half-term and Christmas/New Year period”

Booking is now available for the entire winter schedule through to March 2017 at Flybe

Flybe have 2 Embraer E190 aircraft based at Cardiff Airport as well as operating Bombardier Dash-8 Q400 aircraft through the airport.

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