In summer 2020 schedule for Flybe Airlines, the Guernsey-Heathrow route is not included, hence commencing the 28th March Flight to be the last one!
In an ongoing declaration, Flybe will end its route from Guernsey to Heathrow and will begin flights to London Southend.
According to Flybe’s official statement, it is rather very disappointing that the air link will not continue into summer 2020. Nonetheless, from 27 May, Flybe will be beginning its Guernsey-London Southend services.
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In 2019, Guernsey had to pay Flybe £28 per passenger as a subsidy to continue this route from March to October.
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In a statement, a Flybe spokesperson has assured that they will continue to explore and assess any possible opportunities soon that can in way support a long-term commitment to the Guernsey-Heathrow route.
Guernsey-Heathrow started a year ago and without precedent for more than 20 years, the island became associated with London’s busiest air terminal.
While speaking about the end of this route, president of economic development Charles Parkinson was disappointed for not being able to continue the Heathrow season this summer, but at the same time, he confirmed about filling this gap by operating the London Southend route.
The declaration followed the decision by Flybe’s franchise partner, Blue Islands, who has dropped its Guernsey routes to Southend and Liverpool.
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