flybe announce new services to Hamburg and Oslo from Birmingham Airport - add more winter flights

flybe, Europe's largest regional airline, has announced it is to operate
two new routes from Birmingham Airport this winter with daily service
to Hamburg and Oslo commencing on Sunday 26 October 2014
Already Birmingham largest carrier, the airline has also announced that,
due to early successes, it will extend to year-round on six of the new
routes it is operating this summer

flybe will continue to operate up to 28 weekly flights to Bordeaux,
Cologne, Florence and Oporto and Toulouse with frequency aimed to
provide convenience for business travellers and those passengers wanting
a short break on the continent. Due to the popularity of its summer
twilight flights to Reykjavik, Iceland, it’s also moving this three times
a week service to daytime flying, also with effect from 26 October 2014

Fred Kochak, flybe’s UK Routes Director, said: "We said we would be 
investing in a major way at Birmingham and it is now our largest ever
base. Today’s announcement gives additional weight to that commitment
and I’m delighted that, as a result of the flybe route assessment model,
we have been able to add even more destinations as well as choice for
our Midlands’ business and leisure passengers"

William Pearson, Birmingham Airport’s Aviation Development Director,
commented: "flybe’s Birmingham route network is going from strength
to strength after announcing nine new routes already this year and
becoming our largest carrier. Oslo is another new destination for us and
we’re very pleased that Flybe is recognising the need to serve these
markets and satisfy demand to give business and leisure travellers the
destinations that they want from Birmingham Airport"

In total, flybe will operate up to 350 flights a week from Birmingham
Airport on 26 routes as part of its 2014/15 winter schedule

Tuesday 20 May 2014


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