TWO routes between the English and Irish capitals will be suspended within the next two months, Flybe airline has revealed.
The budget airline will be terminating its London Southend to Dublin route from April 13 and its London City to Dublin route from May 31.
Low passenger numbers was cited as a reason for the change.
Passengers who have flights booked on this route are being contact and offered alternative flights or a full refund, the airline confirmed.
Paul Simmons, Chief Commercial Officer said:“Despite our competitive pricing structure, overall passenger numbers are below our projections and there are no signs of this situation changing, which has led to us taking this decision.
“We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may cause our customers.”