Singapore Airlines has become Flybe’s 11th codeshare partner.
The agreement means that connections to 100 long-haul destinations will be available for Flybe passengers using Aberdeen, Belfast City, Birmingham, Manchester and Southampton airports plus Paris and Dusseldorf.
Additional points such as Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Isle of Man, Exeter and London City are also available through an interline agreement between the two carriers.
The code share includes destinations in Asia and Australasia plus it new Manchester-Houston route.
Flybe chief revenue officer Vincent Hodder said: “Our new codeshare agreement with Singapore Airlines is another exciting development for Flybe.
“It further strengthens our ability to connect our regional customers to long haul destinations with our ‘One Stop to the World’ proposition and also serves to boost local economies by encouraging inbound business and leisure travel.”
UK & Ireland general manager Sheldon Hee added: “Singapore Airlines’ new partnership with Flybe greatly increases our reach throughout the UK by improving opportunities for its regional customers to access the high quality service and comfort that Singapore Airlines is known for, all from their local airport.
“We are proud to keep finding new ways for UK customers to access our flights from ever closer to home.”
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