UK regional carrier Flybe has doubled its services to six return trips daily between London Gatwick and Newquay Airport and has reported “exceptional demand,” due to the washout of the main railway line between London and southwest England following record-breaking wet weather in Southern England. With no let-up forecast in the storms, the track is likely to be out of action for at least six weeks. Road travel between London and Cornwall takes at least five hours. Flybe has also ...

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