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About Air Southwest Airlines

Air Southwest Airlines have frequent flights to and from:
Plymouth, Newquay and Bristol. Low fare flights to destinations including London Gatwick, Manchester, Leeds-Bradford, Jersey and Dublin.

Air Southwest is a very new regional airline and are dedicated to providing air services to and from Devon, Cornwall and Somerset. They are based in Plymouth Devon and owned by Sutton Harbour Holdings Plc whose interests span coastal and urban regeneration and regional aviation.

Sutton Harbour Company was established as a statutory harbour authority in 1847 and has played a pivotal role in the maritime and economic development of the City of Plymouth.

Air Southwest operate modern Bombardier 50 seat Dash-8 aircraft which provide exceptionally low seat costs that enable them to offer very competitive fares.

Air Southwest is managed by one of the most experienced teams in the industry lead by Malcolm Naylor who has been in senior airline management positions for more than 20 years including 10 years in the Southwest as a director of Brymon Airways, based in Plymouth.

For further information on Air Southwest airlines visit the Air Southwest website.

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