The schedule, which came into effect on March 29th, will see the carrier operate 187 flights to destinations across Europe and the UK.
Flybe’s chief commercial officer Mike Rutter said that the airline recognises that "times are tough" for people planning holidays this year.
"Due to the weak pound, people are reassessing their holiday habits this year and many more of us are looking closer to home for our annual getaway," he said.
"With the extensive 2009 summer programme we’re offering travellers from Cardiff an exciting range of flights to a variety of destinations ideal for both business and leisure travellers."
Flybe’s flight to Aberdeen from Cardiff will be operated by the airline’s franchise partner, Loganair.
Cheap flights carrier bmibaby recently reported that Malaga, Palma and Portugal were its top three destinations from the Welsh airport.