Exeter-based LCC Flybe expanded it services and launched four new routes on October 29. The carrier now offers flights from London Southend (SEN) to Dublin (DUB), Glasgow (GLA) and Manchester (MAN) and connects Leeds Bradford with Düsseldorf.  

The longest route of the four is the one to Düsseldorf with 634 kilometers length, while the average sector length of the other three services is 458 kilometers. 

The LCC carrier will face no direct competition for all four routes, however indirect competition for the London flights will be significant. All the other five London airports offer flights to Dublin and Glasgow operated by various airlines, while British Airways offers multiple daily services from London Heathrow to Manchester.