Isle of Man News - POSTED Wed 19-04-2017

Flybe announces 2017-18 winter schedule from Isle of Man

by LC

Flybe announces 2017-18 winter schedule from Isle of Man - picture Flybe has announced its 2017/18 Winter programme from the Isle of Man that features four routes with a choice of up to 66 flights a week and includes the return of the seasonal winter ski route to Geneva. Seats are available for booking and are currently available for sale for travel between 29th October 2017 and 28th February 2018 at One way fares are from £27.99 including taxes and airport charges.
Flybe’s four 2017-18 Winter routes from the Isle of Man are as follows:

-       Birmingham (daily flights)
-       Geneva (weekly Saturday flights starting in December)
-       Liverpool (up to four flights a day)
-       Manchester (up to five flights a day)
Connections are the name of the game for Flybe….and, apart from the many connections available on Flybe services from Manchester and Birmingham, the airline offers an added advantage for those wanting to travel from their regional airport to destinations across the world. Through the main international airport hubs into which it operates, seamless onward travel is available through Flybe’s many airline partners when booked direct with the relevant airline or through a local travel agent. Check out the ‘One Stop to the World’ link at  that details all the connectivity options available.
Vincent Hodder, Flybe’s Chief Revenue Officers commented: “We’re pleased to be able to offer four key routes from the Isle of Man as part of our 2017/18 Winter programme. The diversity of our destinations is ideal for those wanting to book affordable business travel as well as those looking for short weekend leisure breaks over the autumn half-term and Christmas period.”
Full details of Flybe’s 2017/18 Winter schedule is available at

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