Flybe sets course for Geneva

DHC Dash 8-400 the
DHC Dash 8-400 of the "new Flybe" (Photo: V1Images.com/Maarten Dols).

Flybe sets course for Geneva

DHC Dash 8-400 of the "new Flybe" (Photo: V1Images.com/Maarten Dols).
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British regional airline Flybe announces the start of non-stop flights between Birmingham and Geneva. These are to be carried out twice a week from December 17, 2022. The aircraft used will be de Havilland Dash 8-400 turboprop aircraft.

On Saturdays, Flybe flight BE1911 is scheduled to depart Birmingham Airport at 7am local time. The landing in Geneva is scheduled for 15:10 am. It returns as BE10 at 1912:11 a.m. The return to the British city is scheduled for around 00:12 p.m.

On the traffic day Sunday the flight times are different. BE1911 departs Birmingham at approximately 8:00 am and arrives in Geneva at 10:55 am. The return flight BE1912 departs the Swiss city at approximately 11:40 am and returns to Birmingham at 12:40 pm.

For the time being, the plan is for this route to be served by March 25, 2023. Depending on demand, Flybe could conceivably fly in the 2023 summer timetable. Due to the fact that the two weekly rotations are offered on the traffic days Saturday and Sunday, the focus is more on private travelers.

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