British low-cost airline Flybe has confirmed its intention to stop offering flights between Aberdeen and Gatwick from October 2012.
In a statement made by a Flybe spokesman, the airline confirmed that "Unfortunately, after much consideration Flybe can confirm it is cancelling Aberdeen to Gatwick route from the end of the IATA summer season on Sunday, October 28."
The decision leaves rival Easyjet as the only low-cost airline to fly the route, prompting a statement saying that it will continue to offer its current services between the two cities.
Virgin Airlines also plan to provide a service between Aberdeen and Heathrow starting in 2013.
Flybe currently operates around 23 flights from London to Aberdeen, having taken over flights on the route after British Airways stopped their service at the beginning of 2008.
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