FlyBe new routes from Cardiff Airport

Flybe Embraer
Flybe Embraer

Early March 2015 saw FlyBe announce a major investment in routes from Cardiff Airport (CWL/EGFF) in addition to baseing two Embraer E-Jet aircraft there.

The new routes include Cork, Dublin, Edinburgh, Faro, Glasgow, Milan, Munich & Paris and will add to the existing services to Belfast City and seasonal flights to Jersey, Dusseldorf & Geneva.

The Exeter based airline will operate two Embraer E-195 Aircraft from Cardiff, the first arriving in June, the second in September.

These are in addition to the routes already served from Cardiff by FlyBe.

The Route Details are:

Belfast, Northern Ireland

– Commences Now

– Operates Daily

– Prices from £29.99

Cork, Ireland

– Commences 6th June 2015

– Operates Weekly (peak season Twice-Weekly)

– Prices from £24.99

Dublin, Ireland

– Commences 1st June 2015

– Operates Daily Mon-Sat (peak season 12 times a week)

– Prices from £24.99

Dusseldorf, Germany

– Commences 25th April 2015

– Operates Weekly (peak season 4 times a week)

– Prices from £44.99

Edinburgh, Scotland

– Commences 1st Jun 2015

– Operates Daily Mon-Sat (peak season 13 times a week)

– Prices from £29.99

Faro, Portugal

– Commences 25th April 2015

– Operates 3 times a week

– Prices from £44.99

Geneva, Switzerland

– Commences Now

– Operates Weekly

– Prices from £39.99

Glasgow, Scotland

– Commences 2nd June 2015

– Operates 4 times a week (peak season 5 times a week)

– Prices from £29.99

Jersey, Channel Islands (UK)

– Commences 2nd May 2015

– Operates Weekly (peak season 3 times a week)

– Prices from £34.99

Milan, Italy

– Commences 2nd June 2015

– Operates Weekly (peak season 3 times a week)

– Prices from £44.99

Munich, Germany

– Commences 31st Aug 2015

– Operates 5 times a week

– Prices from £44.99

Paris, France

– Commences 25th April 2015

– Operates Weekly (peak season 4 times a week)

– Prices from £39.99

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