BOOK NOW TO TAKE OFF FOR THE ALPS.
The new service, which flies twice weekly, is in addition to existing flights to Chambery, Geneva and Salzburg.
It's a new route aimed particularly at skiers because the Swiss capital is just a 30-minute drive from the Alps.
And it offers winter-sports enthusiasts easy access to six resorts in the Jungfrau region of the Bernese Oberland. To celebrate the start of the ski season, Flybe has also teamed up with the Ski Club of Great Britain for a great deal.
Those travelling on their winter routes will enjoy one free day's skiing with a Ski Club of Great Britain representative.
Flybe passengers simply have to show their boarding pass to the representative at their resort to take part. For more information, visit website www.flybe.com, where you'll also find car and ski equipment hire.
Meanwhile, Flybe launches its five-million-seat January Sale tomorrow.
There'll be reduced fares on flights to a range of exciting European and domestic destinations from Birmingham International, including great reductions on ski routes.
But hurry! You'll have to book online by January 19 - and the cheap seats are subject to availability.
|Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback|
|Publication:||Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)|
|Date:||Jan 1, 2006|
|Previous Article:||HOLYDAYS Florida beach hut for pounds 500 a day.|
|Next Article:||Cream of Devon in heart of Birmingham.|
|Holiday '99: Departure Points.|
|Travel: Deal of the week.|
|Happy holiday for firm.|
|deal of the week.|
|Toy ad kid is killed in bike crash.|
|TOURIST IN ALPS DEATH PLUNGE; HOLIDAY HORROR 4.|
|Travel: Mum + one = fun.|