The transport to the islands hasn't been great since the final helicopter but we live in hopes that when the weather cheers up a bit things will settle down and get back to normal. However there is some good transport news on the horizon. From the 21st of June EasyJet are starting three regular flights a week to Newquay from London Southend Airport. This service on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays will continue through the season until the end of the third week in September at a cost of roughly £35 per person each way, you can get full details and book on the EasyJet website www.easyjet.com/en Go to our links page where you will find a direct link.
We hope that this will help many of you from the North and East sides of London as there is a good link from the M25 via the A127. The owners of London Southend Airport (SEN), StobartAir, are developing many links and we hope that this Newquay (NQY) flight will be successful for EasyJet and will be something that will be extended for longer periods of the year. If it helps YOU please use it and let us know how you got on. tg
Sunday, 20 January 2013
Gales, freezing temperatures, black ice and blizzards!!! Well we have 10 degrees and sunshine as I write and the postman has just delivered our post and is still in shorts (and a shirt and fleece). The spring flowers are being picked furiously and bunched the to away to the mainland markets and all in all it is very pleasant on the islands at the moment.