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Low cost carrier, Flybe, has announced its summer 2008 schedule. The programme includes a mixture of 23 new routes across the UK and Europe.

One of the regional highlights is a new service from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to the Isle of Man. This new route for the carrier is due to commence on 30th March 2008 and will operate three times a day. Fares are from £19.99 one way including taxes and charges.

Flybe’s programme offers customers affordable and convenient links for both business and leisure purposes. The summer schedule is effective from 30th March to 25th October 2008, with seats on sale today at www.flybe.com.

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