Flybe has announced it has implemented a further three new Interline e-ticket partnerships, namely with Korean Air, US Airways and Singapore Airlines.Unique in the low cost environment, today’s news brings the total of Flybe’s Interline e-ticket partners to 11, now including an impressive list of names that also includes American Airlines, British Airways, bmi, Brussels Airlines, Emirates, Northwest, TAP and Virgin Atlantic.
Stephen Hobday, Flybe’s Head of Sales, says: “Our continued pursuit and implementation of interline e-ticket projects endorses Flybe’s commitment to increasing our interline partnerships. It also enables our travel trade partners to issue more tickets to an even greater number of destination options and demonstrates our determination to expanding and strengthening our connecting route network.”
Flying from more UK airports that any other airline - and with a core network of 170 domestic and regional European routes - Flybe offers frequent, affordable and convenient regional connections into London Gatwick, Manchester and Birmingham from Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Channel Islands.
This, enabled by its new Interline e-ticket partnerships, offers Flybe’s business and leisure passengers increased choice to an even wider range of worldwide destinations. This has been further enhanced by the airline’s growth into European city airports over the past 12 months, attracting new partners to the Flybe interline portfolio and offering additional connections through Paris Charles de Gaulle, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Amsterdam and Milan.