Flybe has resumed operations from Bournemouth airport after a five-year gap.
The first flights from a new summer schedule took off to Glasgow yesterday (Sunday).
The year-round service to Scotland will run twice a day.
New routes to start from May 18 include Amsterdam, Manchester, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Jersey, Dublin, Deauville, Toulon and Biarritz.
Two 78-seat Bombardier Q400 aircraft will be deployed to serve Bournemouth.
The regional airline is to continue operating a network of 27 routes from Southampton airport, less than 30 miles away.
Flybe joins Ryanair and Thomson Airways as the main carriers operating from Manchester Airports Group-owned Bournemouth airport.
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