Trabber News

news about cheap fares and airlines from travel search engine Trabber

Flybe cuts its flights from Norwich

17 July 2007

Angry passengers have hit out after budget airline Flybe axed a number of popular routes and blamed the controversial terminal tax for killing off routes.

Since the much-vaunted arrival of the low-cost airline in the city in January 2005, the number of scheduled flights to a range of UK and European destinations has more than doubled.

Passenger numbers have boomed with holidaymakers joining business people on flights out of the city to a number of destinations including Amsterdam, Paris, Belfast, Edinburgh, Malaga and Alicante.

But the introduction of a controversial £3-a-flight terminal tax for passengers in April has led to the withdrawal of some flights this winter including Alicante/ Malaga.


Comentarios cerrados.