Earn triple Avios with Flybe flights from London City

The partnership between Flybe and Avios (ie avios.com and not British Airways Executive Club) has been running for six months now.

You now earn Avios points when you fly with Flybe – and, following the Avios devaluation, you may earn more than flying the same route on BA!

I wrote extensively about this new arrangement here and here if you want to know more. You can find full details on the Flybe website here.

Flybe has launched another promotion for its services from London City Airport.  It flies to Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Belfast, Dublin (to 31st May only), Exeter and Amsterdam – and, ironically, competes with BA on many of these routes.

Flybe

To encourage you to try the London City services, you can earn TRIPLE Avios points on all Flybe services from London City until the end of the June.  That works out at 6-12 Avios per £1 spent depending on your ticket type – albeit you only earn Avios on the base fare and not the taxes and charges component.

Full details of the offer can be found here.

Note that all flights must be booked by the end of May even though you can fly until the end of June.

No registration is required.  Triple Avios will be credited automatically to your account.  The Flybe site has all the details if you need to know more.

(Want to earn more Avios?  Click here to see our latest articles on earning and spending your points and click here to see our list of current Avios promotions.)

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Comments

  1. Mikeact says:

    I’m still struggling to find a list of code share flights with AF which was announced in a big fanfare a couple of years back or so. (Not to connecting flights, just ex UK departures to wherever, or has it all been quietly dropped ?)

  2. AF code share flights does exist.

    Flybe may not clearly show them but AF show them on its internet timetable, I presume also on its sales screens.

    Here, for instance the French website gives the map where the Flybe fligts are clearly indicated (example here for the extended Bordeaux area):
    http://www.airfrance.fr/FR/fr/pdf/AF_bordeaux_fr.pdf

    All the other regions are here in this link:
    http://www.airfrance.fr/FR/fr/local/avotreservice/pages_regions/guide_af_depart_region.htm
    click on the photo of the region and then on the purple square saying “carte de notre réseau” map of our network.

    From Paris:
    Flybe is probably on code share with AF from soutampton to ORY,
    and at least from Birmingham & Manchester to CDG, not sure from exeter but could be.

    You should find it looking on the AF website.
    http://www.airfrance.fr/cgi-bin/AF/FR/fr/local/resainfovol/horaires/horaires.do
    It is the link on the French site but you can select EN english as a language to search for the timetable and it should also be on the GB website.

    I hope this helps you Mikeact.

  3. Mikeact says:

    Appreciate that…..thanks.