Regional airline Flybe has increased flights to Geneva from Cardiff as part of its new winter schedule from the Welsh airport for 2018/19.
There will be 152 flights per week on 14 routes operating between October 28, 2018, and January 13, 2019.
Flybe says it has improved schedules to better meet customer demand
Ski flights to Geneva have been doubled, departing on Tuesday and Saturday while increased capacity on further ski routes to Chambéry, Munich and Milan Malpensa has been added.
A winter sun route to Faro, Portugal is also included in the schedule, which also features year-round city destinations including Belfast City, Dublin, Edinburgh, Paris Charles de Gaulle and Rome Fiumicino.
Flybe’s franchise partner Eastern Airways’ winter schedule is also on sale now, offering flights to Anglesey, Aberdeen and Newcastle.
Flybe’s chief commercial officer, Roy Kinnear, said: “It is great news for our customers that this year we have put our winter schedule on sale earlier than ever before. It gives plenty of time for decision making but also allows regular winter travellers the chance to make their plans.
Spencer Birns, commercial director at Cardiff Airport, added: “It’s been another fantastic year for Flybe’s Cardiff base, with three aircraft now offering customers lots of choice across the UK and Europe.”
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