Airport News

London Gatwick and Manchester Airport to benefit from Flybe sale

Fri, 25 Sep, 2009

London Gatwick and Manchester Airport are two of the airports involved in a Flybe 50 per cent off sale.

The airline has announced it will offer half price seats on selected flights on bookings made between Friday 25th and Wednesday 30th September 2009.

Only journeys taken before December 31st 2009 qualify for the offer, which is aimed at business travellers as well as people wanting a winter holiday.

Mike Rutter, Flybe's chief commercial officer, said: "With the discounted fares only on sale for five days, we advise people to book early to avoid disappointment."

Flybe flies to 13 different countries from 36 different UK airports.

The seat sale includes services to destinations such as Paris, Avignon and Frankfurt with flights leaving from UK airports including Manchester Airport, London Gatwick and Southampton Airport.

Manchester Airport was named airport of the year this week at the Travel Trade Gazette awards following an £80 million redevelopment of its two terminals.



Joe Evans

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