Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has put on sale its 2016 summer schedule from Birmingham Airport featuring 26 routes, two of which are new to Rotterdam and Knock.
Next year’s summer programme has a special focus on enhancing regional services for time-sensitive business customers, adding daily frequencies on four of its most popular European routes including up to five flights a day to Amsterdam and Dusseldorf; up to three flights a day to Stuttgart and up to two flights daily to Hannover.
2016 SUMMER SCHEDULE FOR NEW ROUTES FROM BIRMINGHAM (BHX)
Ireland West Airport Knock (NOC) - daily
Monday-Friday: Depart BHX 1040 Arrive NOC 1205 Depart NOC 1230 Arrive BHX 1355
Saturday: Depart BHX 1150 Arrive NOC 1315 Depart NOC 1340 Arrive BHX 1505
Sunday: Depart 1900 Arrive NOC 2025 Depart NOC 2050 Arrive BHX 2215
Rotterdam (RTM) – up to two flights a day from 5th September, 2016
Monday-Saturday: Depart BHX 0700 Arrive RTM 0925 Depart RTM 0950 Arrive BHX 1010
Daily (excluding Saturday): Depart BHX 1550 Arrive RTM 1810 Depart RTM 1835 Arrive BHX 1900
With a total choice of up to 396 flights a week, tickets are available for booking now at www.flybe.com with one way fares from £24.99 including taxes and charges. They are currently available for travel from 27th March through to 30th September 2016.
Flybe’s new route to Rotterdam The Hague Airport will operate up to two flights a day from September 2016. The airport is located 20-25 minutes equidistant between Netherlands’ ‘second city’ and the country’s seat of government in The Hague, and has frequent connections that allow speedy access to both key destinations.
Daily flights between Birmingham and Ireland West Airport Knock will give customers access to the unspoilt beauty of the West coast of Ireland, known as the Wild Atlantic Way, as well as providing vital connectivity from the region direct into Birmingham.
Other highlights of the Summer schedule includes multi frequency services on Scottish routes and to Belfast City and the return of regional French routes for peak summer.
Paul Simmons, Flybe’s Chief Commercial Officer, said: “We’re excited to confirm our new schedule from Birmingham Airport. We are confident we have created a schedule that delivers travel options that are both appealing and affordable for summer 2016.
“We look forward to our expanded operations taking off from Birmingham and to welcoming all our new passengers on board next summer.”