Flybe has started flying from Bournemouth Airport.
Europe’s largest regional airline, began its new operations out of Bournemouth on Sunday, 29 March, with a year round double daily service to Glasgow.
This is the first of nine brand new routes the airline will operate from the South Coast airport, the remainder of which take off in mid-May to Amsterdam, Biarritz, Deauville, Dublin, Jersey, Manchester, Paris Charles de Gaulle and Toulon.
There will be 53 flight a week to and from Bournemouth on Flybe’s summer schedule to 24 October, when the winter schedule then begins.
Paul Knight, Managing Director at Bournemouth Airport, added: “This is a really exciting time for Bournemouth Airport, welcoming a new airline which could potentially bring an additional 300,000 passengers to the airport. Passengers will be able to take advantage of two brand new routes with twice daily services to Glasgow and Manchester plus frequent services to Amsterdam, Paris and many more with Flybe. We look forward to working closely with Flybe to strengthen Bournemouth’s position as the key airport in the South West.”