Europe’s largest regional airline offers hot new routes to Ibiza, Palma and Reykjavik for those who love to be cool!
Hot on the heels of the first of Flybe’s eight brand new routes from Birmingham Airport this summer comes the airline’s announcement of three new ‘twilight’ routes to Ibiza, Palma and Reykjavik with late evening flights operating three times a week in the height of summer, namely from 29th June to 7th September, 2014.
Flights will be operated by Flybe’s 88-seat Embraer jets with one way fares from £39.99 including taxes and charges and available for booking now at www.flybe.com
The aircraft will fly to Ibiza, Palma and Reykjavik on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday evenings. They will fly directly into the principal Spanish airports and into Iceland’s largest airport, Reykjavik-Keflavik. The Birmingham to Reykjavik flights will be providing the first ever scheduled services between the two cities.
Ibiza and Palma need no introduction to those who love to party but, with almost 24 hours of daylight during the summer, Reykjavík - the world’s northernmost capital city - truly becomes the city that never sleeps, with a ‘hip and internationally recognised music and arts scene and a ‘notoriously enthusiastic’ nightlife’.*
Operating 29th June - 7th September, 2014
BHX - Ibiza (IBZ) Dep BHX 2140 Arr IBZ 0115+1 Dep IBZ 0145 Arr BHX 0325
BHX – Palma Mallorca (PMI) Dep BHX 2130 Arr PMI 0055+1 Dep PMI 0125 Arr BHX 0300
BHX – Reykjavik (KEF) Dep BHX 2130 Arr KEF 2320 Dep KEF 2355 Arr BHX 0340+1
One way fares including taxes and charges from £39.99 (Ibiza and Palma): from £49.99 (Reykjavik)
Paul Simmons, Flybe’s Chief Commercial Officer says: “We’ve started summer with a real bang at Birmingham, our largest base, with 11 new Flybe routes to choose from this summer alone. The latest three, on sale today, are exciting twilight destinations for people looking to have fun. The routes reflect our invigorated product and purple spirit. The schedule should appeal especially to anyone looking for affordable travel to three of the world’s hottest party destinations – and who wouldn’t want to party all night long in the land of the midnight sun?!”