Flybe's recent expansion seems to be about competing with BA and Eastern. Most of its new routes seem to be severly reduced or cut completely. With the winter timetable Prague goes, and many of the other routes are drastically cut Salzburg just once weekly and La Rochelle and Perpignan that have just started close at the end of October.
What is Flybe's plan for Southampton, is it about competing with BA or is it about expanding routes and choice?
AB seem brave starting a Paderborn route, but this is just what SOU needs, diversity!