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first_img RelatedGatwick to become Flybe’s 14th baseFlybe has announced that London Gatwick will become its 14th base following the introduction of new flights to Dusseldorf.Flybe begins winter schedule at BristolFlybe begins winter schedule at BristolFlybe intends to increase capacity on flights between Cardiff and GlasgowFlybe has confirmed that it will ensure that passengers are not inconvenienced by decision to stop its Cardiff to Glasgow flight Regional carrier Flybe has emerged as the busiest airline operating from Cardiff Airport.The airline has become the largest at the Welsh capital in terms of how many flights depart from and arrive at the airport each week.Cardiff Airport’s head of air service development Spencer Birns said he was pleased to see the carrier’s “consistent growth” at Cardiff, with the airport now offering passengers a wide choice of flights to domestic and European locations.”We hope travellers in south Wales will continue to use the services offered by Flybe in order to demonstrate the demand for routes from Cardiff to domestic and other short-haul destinations,” he commented.”An increase in passenger numbers would encourage the airline to continue to grow its route network from Cardiff.”Flybe operates seven routes from Cardiff, with passengers able to fly to Belfast City, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Jersey, Newcastle, Paris and Aberdeen.Since basing itself at the airport two years ago, the airline now operates 122 movements per week.Flybe recently launched flights to London Gatwick from Leeds Bradford after BMI axed its route between the Yorkshire airport and London Heathrow.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img