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Posted on: November 2nd 2017
Section: Member news

Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, began operating its 2017-18 Winter schedule from Exeter on Sunday 29th October 2017, featuring a total choice of up to 103 departures a week across 17 routes. Seats are available for booking now at for travel effective through to 24th March 2018. This winter, flights to London City Airport have been retimed on Saturdays and Sundays to make weekend leisure trips more convenient.


The 2017/18 Winter schedule also features flights to Faro twice a week which will be operating for the first time for those looking for some winter sun. Café Flybe has been given a refresh, with brand new food and drink options available to passengers onboard.


Ronnie Matheson, Flybe’s Interim Chief Commercial Officer says: “Our 2017/18 Winter schedule provides reliable and affordable services for business travel as well a choice of leisure destinations for those looking to take advantage of a winter break.”


Matt Roach, Exeter Airport’s Managing Director added: “We welcome these announcements and following a very successful summer our South West passengers can look forward to a great choice of routes and services during the winter months.”     


Full details of Flybe’s 2017-18 Winter schedule are available at

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