New Flybe flights to Jersey, Guernsey, Edinburgh and Newquay announced for Norwich International Airport
Airline Flybe has announced it will be running four routes to and from Norwich International Airport in its new summer programme.
This will include the return of seasonal routes to Jersey and Guernsey as well as flights to Edinburgh and a new twice-weekly service to Newquay starting on May 5.
The four routes combined will result in up to 36 Flybe flights a week to and from Norwich International Airport.
In addition, this weekend is the start of Flybe's new Manchester hub operations that offers travellers an additional 86 regional point-to-point connections and 12 new flights through Manchester airport.
Passenger travelling from Norwich can take advantage of this new network hub by flying from Norwich with Flybe's franchise partner Loganair.
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For more information and tickets visit www.flybe.com
Tickets are currently available for travel up to October 27. For more about Norwich International Airport visit www.norwichairport.co.uk
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