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Flybe cuts Cardiff Airport flights to Paris and Glasgow

Airline Flybe is to axe its flights from Cardiff Airport to Paris and Glasgow.

Services to Paris Charles de Gaulle and Glasgow will be withdrawn from 19 January, and passengers will be offered alternative flights or refunds.

However, the airline will still run planned flights to the two destinations for fans travelling to Six Nations rugby matches between 20-24 February.

Cardiff Airport said it was speaking to "a number of airlines" about running the Paris and Glasgow routes.

BBC Wales business correspondent Brian Meechan spoke to Cardiff Airport chief executive Jon Horne.

  • 04 Dec 2013
  • From the section Wales
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