Ryanair passengers rescued by Air South West

Air Southwest is reminding passengers left high and dry by Ryanair’s scrapped Newquay to Stansted service from the end of this month that it flies up to six times a day to London.

Air Southwest flies up to twice daily from Newquay to London City Airport in the heart of the capital and offers four flights a day, seven days a week, from Newquay to Gatwick.

Peter Davies, managing director of Air Southwest, said: ” There will be a lot of Newquay passengers left high and dry by the withdrawal of the Ryanair flights and we want them to know that Air Southwest is here for them, year-round, with fares starting from just £29 with no hidden extras.

“In the heart of the capital, and just a few miles from the M11 corridor, with swift access to north London and Essex, London City Airport is a superb choice for all those passengers who can no longer fly to Stansted.  Once they’ve sampled the Air Southwest experience, we’re confident they’ll never look back.”

Air Southwest is the biggest operator out of Newquay with more year-round flights to more destinations than any other airline.

Ryanair is the world’s most hated airline with just 25% on-time flights according to our recent research.


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