The Flybe routes between Birmingham and Rennes, and Edinburgh and Rennes will be opened on 12th and 13th July. The new direct route Birmingham/Rennes will operate until the 31st August, within 1h25. Three weekly flights are scheduled. The seasonal direct route Edinburgh/Rennes will operate until the 20th August, within 1h45. Two flights are scheduled per week.
This year, the UK-based regional airline Flybe will connect Rennes Airport with 5 direct international routes namely Edinburgh, Exeter, Birmingham, Manchester and Southampton. There are also numerous connections to other Flybe destinations from these airports. Last year, more than 41 000 passengers travelled on these direct flights.
Birmingham/Rennes, 3 weekly flights
Three flights per week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, from 13th July to 31st August, with fares from €57 one-way including all taxes.
Birmingham is a real gem! Excellent restaurants, good shopping, exciting nightlife and an architectural icon have transformed perceptions of the city. Last but not least, the landscape which inspired JRR Tolkien to write The Lord of Rings.
Edinburgh/Rennes, 2 weekly flights
Two flights per week, on Mondays and Fridays, from 12th July to 20th August.
The capital city of Scotland is one of the UK’s most popular destinations for visitors. It is a beautiful city, with architecture that is renowned throughout the world. However, Edinburgh is historically important too, having a major role in both Scotland and British history for hundreds of years. This is reflected in the hundreds of important buildings and monuments in the city.