Flybe launches London City – Newcastle

Flybe is to launch a new direct route from London City to Newcastle from Monday 7 January 2019, operated by franchise partner Eastern Airways.

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The Angel Of The North (Image Credit: NewcastleGateshead Tourism)

Flybe is to launch a new direct route from London City airport to Newcastle from Monday 7 January 2019.

Flights operate twice daily on weekdays and once a day on Sundays. This will be the only direct air link between London and Newcastle after BA’s service from Heathrow.

The service will be operated by Eastern Airways under Flybe’s livery. Eastern Airways also operates London City – Aberdeen on behalf of Flybe which, from Monday 7 January 2019, will operate via Newcastle.

The flight time is 65 minute from London and 70 minutes from Newcastle. This compares to a journey time of around 2 hours and 50 minutes on the train.

Flights are on sale now at Flybe.

At the moment flights up to Friday 29 March 2019 are only on sale. However, flights beyond Sunday 31 March 2019 should be on sale in the coming weeks.

London City – Newcastle – Aberdeen

Flight BE7612 Depart London City 09:45 – Arrive Newcastle 10:50 (Monday – Friday)
Flight BA7612 Depart Newcastle 11:15 – Arrive Aberdeen 12:05 (Monday – Friday)

Flight BE7617 Depart London City 19:30 – Arrive Newcastle 20:35 (Monday – Friday, Sunday)
Flight BA7612 Depart Newcastle 21:00 – Arrive Aberdeen 21:50 (Monday – Friday)

Aberdeen – Newcastle – London City

Flight BE7611 Depart Aberdeen 06:45 – Arrive Newcastle 07:40 (Monday – Friday)
Flight BE7611 Depart Newcastle 08:05 – Arrive London City 09:15 (Monday – Friday)

Flight BE7616 Depart Aberdeen 16:30 – Arrive Newcastle 17:25 (Monday – Friday)
Flight BE7616 Depart Newcastle 17:50 – Arrive London City 19:00 (Monday – Friday, Sunday)

One thought on “Flybe launches London City – Newcastle”

  1. When I saw LCY Flybe I immediately thought they may use the plane from the Exeter route, then read the new route was ran by eastern.

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