CityJet to drop Cambridge flights on October 26

CityJet (Dublin) on October 26 will drop all service to Cambridge where it operates Fokker 50 scheduled flights to Amsterdam and Dublin according to Airline Route.

In April 2014 CityJet announced it was adding two routes from Cambridge International Airport to both Dublin and Amsterdam starting on May 12.

In other news, the Ospreys Rugby team and the airline have announced details of a new agreement that sees CityJet confirmed as official airline partner of the team in the region.

The new partnership will see the Ospreys travelling from Cardiff Airport on scheduled CityJet flights to Scotland and Paris this season, as well as taking advantage of charter flights to selected non-scheduled destinations throughout the year.

As part of the deal, CityJet’s logo will be featured on the right leg of the Ospreys shorts this season, making its first appearance when the region hosts Edinburgh at the Liberty Stadium.

CityJet and Ospreys Rugby

Pictured above are Ospreys players Morgan Allen and Joe Bearman at the launch of the new partnership at Cardiff Airport with CityJet flight crew and Paula Morris, Head of Marketing and Communications at Cardiff Airport (Right).

CityJet started operating at Cardiff Airport in January 2014 and marked the occasion with a match day sponsorship of the PRO12 Welsh derby between the Ospreys and Cardiff Blues at the Liberty Stadium earlier this year.

Copyright Photo: Paul Bannwarth/AirlinersGallery.com. Fokker F.27 Mk. 050 OO-VLM (msn 20135) taxies at Nantes, France.

CityJet-VLM: AG Slide Show