Flybe winter flight schedule extended for Easter 2009

Friday, 18 July 2008 12:00 AM

Airport passenger with luggage

Airport passenger with luggage

Regional airline Flybe has announced it is extending its winter flight schedule to key winter ski destinations beyond next Easter to April 11th 2009.

"Our winter schedule only went on sale two weeks ago, but already we've seen such great demand, we're extending 12 ski routes for Saturday travel through Easter and beyond," explained chief commercial officer Mike Rutter.

The extended ski flight routes include Birmingham, Exeter, Southampton and Norwich to Chambery; Exeter, the Isle of Man, Jersey, Southampton and Norwich to Geneva; Southampton; and Exeter to Salzburg and Southampton to Bern.

Flybe's winter flights allow ski fans to access resorts in the Alps such as Verbier, Chamonix, Val d'Isere and Courchevel.

"To ensure the very best possible fares on these hugely popular routes, people should book so they don't miss out," Mr Rutter said.

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