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Flybe connects Cardiff with Rome

Posted 29 March 2017 · Add Comment

Flybe started operating its 2017 summer schedule from Cardiff Airport at the weekend which features 15 routes offering a total choice of up to 73 flights a week, with a schedule that includes the launch of the first ever service between Cardiff and Rome, with the inaugural flight taking off yesterday.



Seats are available for booking at www.flybe.com from £24.99 one way including taxes and charges and currently available for travel through to 28th October 2017.

Flights to the Italian capital operate twice a week, with flights conveniently scheduled on Tuesdays and Saturdays into Leonardo de Vinci-Fiumicino airport.

It is not only the country capital that Flybe is serving from Cardiff this summer, with routes to London City, Edinburgh, Dublin, Belfast City, Berlin and Paris Charles de Gaulle airport all featuring to ensure that business and leisure travellers are well connected to Wales.

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