Regional airline Flybe has commenced flights to Belfast City and the Isle of Man from Bristol as part of its winter schedule.
Europe’s largest regional airline will be offering passengers 74 weekly flights on four key routes, with the past weekend marking the beginning of Flybe’s codeshare agreement with Air France.
This will allow customers to benefit from more choice, flights and routes to France from the UK. All of Flybe’s flights to Paris, with the exception of those operating from Southampton, will be based at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport’s Terminal 2E.
Services from Southampton will land at Paris Orly Ouest Airport.
Flybe will operate four winter routes from Bristol. In addition to Northern Ireland’s capital and the Isle of Man, passengers will be able to travel on flights to Jersey and the French capital.
In September, the government gave the go ahead for Bristol Airport’s planned expansion, which will allow the airport to accommodate a greater number of flights.