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Four Cambridge Airport routes axed 'temporarily'

12 March 2014 Last updated at 14:41 GMT

Passengers who have booked international flights on a service which only started last year have been told they will be refunded because all flights are to be stopped.

Darwin Airlines, now Etihad Regional, began flying to Paris, Amsterdam, Milan and Geneva from Cambridge Airport six months ago but they will stop by the end of the month.

Airport owners the Marshall Group said the firm's scheduled flights would now cease at the end of the month, but a service to Verona would begin in May.

Etihad Regional has yet to comment on the move.

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