Regional airline announces 13 summer routes from Edinburgh Airport with a choice of up to 214 departures a week
Flybe, which is thought to be Europe’s largest regional airline, has today (8th August 2017) announced its 2018 Summer schedule from Edinburgh Airport – featuring 13 routes and a choice of up to 214 flights a week across the UK and regional mainland Europe.
Seats are on sale now via the website from £27.99 one way including taxes and charges and are currently available for travel between 25 March and 17 June 2018.
The new schedule includes the airline’s multi-daily flights to London Heathrow which it says have proved popular since their launch in March 2017.
Highlights of Flybe’s 2018 Summer routes from Edinburgh include:
– Belfast City (up to four times a day)
– Birmingham (up to seven times a day)
– London City (up to four times a day)
– London Heathrow (up to four times a day)
– Manchester (up to four times a day)
There are many connections via Flybe’s own services available via its Manchester and Birmingham hubs, as well as onward travel to a large selection of global destinations through these airports and other international hub airports.
Vincent Hodder, Flybe’s Chief Revenue Officer, said: “We have listened to our customers’ feedback and know that many like to plan their travel far in advance. So we have worked hard to put our 2018 Summer schedule on sale that much sooner this year to allow our customers the opportunity to plan their next summer travel early. Our new schedule also highlights Flybe’s ongoing commitment to making possible unparalleled connectivity from regional airports to destinations across the UK, Europe and beyond.”
Chief Executive of Edinburgh Airport Gordon Dewar said: “We’re delighted to see Flybe confirm their summer schedule for 2018, which shows continued strong connectivity throughout the UK and Northern Ireland. At Edinburgh Airport we’re all about offering passengers greater choice for both business and leisure, and this schedule from Flybe provides just that.”