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Flybe launching flights to Venice from Cardiff Airport

Posted 2 November 2017 · Add Comment

Cardiff customers will be able to fly direct to Venice from Cardiff for the first time next summer following the announcement today by Flybe, that it has added a fourth Italian route to its 2018 Summer schedule.



The twice weekly service will operate on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 27th March and is currently available for travel through to 9th September.

Ronnie Matheson, Flybe’s Interim Chief Commercial Officer commented: “We are pleased to offer passengers this brand new route to Venice as part of our 2018 Summer schedule. It boosts further the large selection of flights to great city and sun destinations available from our popular Cardiff base.

“The ongoing success of our services from Cardiff Airport reflects Flybe’s commitment to listening and responding to the needs of our customers, who are increasingly enjoying the time and cost-saving convenience of travelling from their own regional airport.”

Deb Barber, CEO of Cardiff Airport, added: “There’s no place quite like Venice. It offers miles of waterways, cobbled streets and hidden gems located on every corner. And, while it’s the ideal romantic destination, it’s also a very useful access point for cruise customers across the region. Our customers eagerly await the start of this route - it’s another welcome addition to Flybe’s ever-growing choice of destinations.”

In total, Flybe’s 2018 Summer schedule from Cardiff features 17 routes with a total choice of up to 75 flights a week.
 
 

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