Paris – twice a day for connectivity

Increased frequency means more convenience

Fights to and from Paris (CDG) will operate twice a day with the start of the new Flybe winter schedule.

Paris ‘twice a day’ from 28 October means more convenience and there are now more opportunities for seamless onward international connectivity with Air France. See Flybe’s One Stop to the World search page showing how you can connect from your local airport to some of the top spots around the globe.

Paris is not only an excellent hub for onward travel. France’s capital on the magnificent River Seine offers a fascinating range of things to see and do whatever your budget. It is a city for exploring the fascinating history and culture, a city for a romantic mini-break or a destination for fine dining and shopping.

Increased frequency to hub airports is important at Exeter Airport and along with the Paris route which operates twice a day except Saturday (once), Amsterdam flights will increase from seven to 11 flights per week with extra services on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday afternoons… and Manchester‘s departures rise to four a day on Monday, Tuesday and Friday.

Details: Flybe.com