Flybe new route foursome

On 2 May, Flybe started a three times weekly connection from Guernsey to Cardiff. The ATR 72-flown, summer seasonal sector will be operated until 30 September.

Budapest Airport’s Airline Development Manager, Máté Ritter presents a traditional cake, welcoming the inaugural London Southend service on 4 May. Celebrating the Hungarian gateway’s fifth direct connection to the UK capital, the new service further consolidates the UK’s position as one of the largest country markets served from Budapest.

  • Flybe launched Budapest’s (BUD) fifth direct connection to the UK capital London on 4 May, when the airline made its inaugural three times weekly flight from London Southend (SEN). The Hungarian airport is expecting a 14% year-on-year increase in UK passenger traffic, and will serve up to 1.5 million round-trip passengers to and from the UK capital this year. Flybe’s link joins existing services with other carriers to London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton and London Stansted – making the London market by far the largest city pair served from Budapest. This week, the UK airline also launched flights from the London airport to Prague (PRG) and Venice Marco Polo (VCE). Additionally, Flybe began a three times weekly domestic service between Guernsey (GCI) and Cardiff (CWL) which is operated on the airline’s behalf by Blue Islands. See how Budapest Airport’s FTWA and Cardiff Airport’s FTWA compare to others from around the world.
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition
02-May Guernsey (GCI) Cardiff (CWL) ATR7 (3)  
04-May London Southend (SEN) Budapest (BUD) E175 (3)  
07-May Venice Marco Polo (VCE) E175 (2)  
08-May Prague (PRG) E175 (5)  
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser for w/c 9 May 2017. WF = Weekly frequencies.


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