Wednesday, 19 August 2009 12:00 AM
Regional airline Flybe has released a selection of cheap flights from its 2010 summer schedule.
The new schedule includes some 466 flights a week to London Gatwick - where the airline carries more domestic passengers than any other organisation. Destinations include Dusseldorf, the Isle of Man, Jersey, Leeds Bradford, Newcastle and Newquay.
Mike Rutter, Flybe's chief commercial officer, comments: "It's never too early to think about next summer!
"Our Summer Sun destinations see us continuing to listen to our customers by providing them with the convenience and flexibility of regional travel. Not only does Flybe provide a wide choice of direct flights to and from London Gatwick airport - from where we carry more domestic passengers that any other airline - but also to the some of the most popular sea and sun destinations in Europe."
Flybe also offers departures from Exeter to Alicante, Malaga, Faro and Palma while also flying to Mallora from Southampton.
Mr Rutter added: "We anticipate our new summer sun routes will be very popular with passengers looking for the best deal possible for their holidays next year."
Flights are available from Â£25.99 for travel between March 28th and June 30th 2010, with more information at Flybe.