The troubled airline Flybe has announced that it is to add a sixth French destination to its services from Southampton Airport this winter. Starting from 28th October, the low-cost carrier will offer a daily service to France's sixth city, Nantes, in the Loire region. The flights, which start at £39.99 one way including all taxes, will operate throughout the year and bring the number of destinations served from the south coast hub to 22, with 78 weekly flights to France. Flybe's director of marketing, Simon Lilley, commented: "We have an established reputation for serving regional France and our new route linking Southampton with Nantes will offer travellers yet another attractive option."
Just over a week ago Flybe issued a profit warning and revealed that its planes were flying at less than two-thirds capacity.
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