Four new Flybe summer routes are to be extended to operate for the first time in winter as part of a revised network.
Services from Heathrow to Aberdeen and Edinburgh, Cardiff to Rome and Aberdeen to Southampton feature as part of the regional airline’s schedule for winter 2017-18.
Ten ski routes start in December as the carrier plans to operate up to 2,680 flights a week across 121 routes.
Chambery will be served from Birmingham, Cardiff and Exeter; Geneva from Birmingham, Cardiff, Exeter, the Isle of Man, Jersey and Southampton; and Innsbruck from Manchester.
Seven winter sun routes are to Alicante from Doncaster Sheffield, Exeter and Southampton: Faro from Cardiff and Exeter; and Malaga from Doncaster and Exeter.
Up to three flights a day will also be offered between Gatwick and Newquay in Cornwall.
Flybe chief executive, Christine Ourmieres-Widener, said: “This will be our first season of our plans to optimise and standardise our route network with a renewed focus.
“As such, we’re pleased to have maintained a comprehensive range and diversity of winter destinations for our customers.
“The schedule has been carefully designed to satisfy those wanting to book convenient affordable business travel as well as for those looking for short weekend leisure breaks over the autumn/February half-terms and Christmas/New Year holidays, and for those wanting to use Flybe services to connect seamlessly on to worldwide destinations with our airline partners.”
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