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Flybe reports a second wave of interest in sales for its special new routes to Bordeaux and Toulouse in June as Welsh football fans are told of their success in obtaining one of the much-prized tickets to Euro 2016.

The extra flights are in addition to three extra scheduled flights added to the Paris service, departing once on June 15 and twice on June 17 so fans can catch England v Wales in Lens.

The routes give Welsh fans the opportunity to save time and money, having been conveniently scheduled so that fans can be back in Cardiff without needing to stay overnight in France. It will take those travelling direct from Cardiff to Bordeaux on June 11 just one hour and 40 minutes in the air, negating the need for an alternative journey by road that would otherwise entail a 24-hour round trip.

And on June 20, the carrier will operate its new route from Cardiff to Toulouse for the Russia fixture, the final game of Group B, returning on June 21 in the early hours of the morning, giving fans a faster and cheaper alternative to a 15-hour rail journey either side of an expensive hotel stay.

To book or for more information see flybe.com

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