Posted on: 13 April 2010 by Ross McSweeny
CityJet has launched two new summer routes from London City to Deauville and Brive – the gateways to Normandy and the Dordogne.
From 24 June, CityJet will operate four flights a week to Deauville and a day later will begin flights to Brive on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Services to Deauville will operate until 27 September and to Brive until 12 September.
‘We’re delighted to be the first to offer flights to these attractive destinations, and they add to our extensive European network out of London City Airport,” remarked Geoffrey O’Byrne White, CEO, CityJet. “The Normandy and Dordogne areas of France are immensely popular with British holidaymakers, families and second home owners and both areas now have a large population of British expats as well. The frequent services we’ll be offering will cater to that market as well as open up access to these stunning holiday regions. With our convenient flight schedule and the fast 15 minute check-in at London’s most central airport, London City, we’ll ensure that our customers’ travel experience is quick and hassle-free, allowing them more time to enjoy their hard-earned holiday.”