Flybe new route Reus, Spain, and London
Flybe will begin operations on 10 May, ready for the summer of 2017 with three flights a week and offering 10,500 places. Their presence will strengthen the daily connection between Reus and London airports
The Flybe company recently announced the launch of a new regular route between the airport of Reus Airport and London (Southend). The service starts on the 10th May and continues until 25th October.
The operations will be carried out by Stobart Air, a franchise of Flybe, and tickets are already on sale on the website of the company starting from 15 euros. The British airline, one of the largest regional airlines in Europe, linking the Costa Dorado to London on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays and will offer a total of 10,500 seats.
Flybe plans are excellent news for Reus airport. Firstly because it strengthens its operations ahead of the summer of 2017. Also, it helps the airport achieve its target of exceeding 1 million passengers per year. A figure that was reached last achieved in 2011 with 1.3 million passengers.
Reus airport continues to diversify attracting many airline operators with scheduled flight services. The following operators have already confirmed their services for this year Flybe, Ryanair, Jet2.com, Transavia, Jetairfly, and Belgium TC. Of these, the Irish company remains the largest with 11 routes followed very closely by Jet2.com with nine routes.
Flybe flight demonstrates once again the great commitment UK operators have made to Reus airport. This summer Reus will be connected with a daily flight to London. This will be possible thanks to four weekly flights from Jet2.com (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday). Three Ryanair (Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday) and now Flybe with three. Thomas Cork, the tour operator, will also operate flights from Luton, Stansted, and Gatwick. Don’t forget, despite being a tour operator Thomas Cork also sell flight tickets only if they have seats available.