RelatedFlybe goes from strength to strengthFlybe is continuing to strengthen its position as one of Scotland’s most successful carriers.Flybe announces 16 new routes for 2010Regional airline Flybe will introduce routes to four new destinations in FranceFlybe introduces new summer scheduleRegional airline Flybe has launched its 2010 summer schedule Flybe has announced a new route from Guernsey to Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris.The flights start in July and will run four times a week from the Channel Island to the French capital. This latest Guernsey service follows a new service to Dublin which is due to start in June.Mike Rutter, chief commercial officer at Flybe, said: “With this brand new route to Paris we’re giving Guernsey travellers an unbeatable low cost offer for direct travel to the French capital. With the recent addition of the Guernsey to Dublin route we remain resolutely committed to giving our customers an exciting and convenient range of travel options.”Elsewhere, the airline’s three new routes from Inverness started service today. Daily flights to Exeter, Manchester and Southampton were launched from the Scottish city as part of Flybe’s summer schedule.Commenting on these new flights, Mr Rutter said: “People are advised to book now to ensure the best possible fares on what – according to ticket sales – are already proving to be highly popular routes.”ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map
1 of 2 NEWNC Cleans Up Stillman St. / Cutillo Park Eliot School students cleaning at the Gassy Eliot K-8 students & teachers took on DeFillipo Playground, the Gassy, on Saturday’s Love Your Block neighborhood cleanup. Members of the North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) tackled the difficult space at Cutillo Park on Stillman Street including Tania Green, Ashley McCarthy, John Pregmon, and Brett Roman.*Advertisement* NEWNC Cleans Up Stillman St. / Cutillo Park 1 of 3 Love Your Block group assembles on the Prado before heading out (Photo by Maria Lanza)Volunteers spread out across the North End on Saturday morning for the annual “Love Your Block” neighborhood cleanup. T-shirts and tools were distributed as groups went off to various streets, parks and alleys to get things spruced up for Spring. We counted Eliot School students, NEWNC members along with RUFF North End and many park advocates joining in the effort.Neighbors clean up the Prado – Paul Revere MallFormerly known as Boston Shines, Mayor Marty Walsh rebranded the initiative this year as “Love Your Block.” The spring cleaning program encourages residents to get involved in their neighborhoods by gathering to help clean up the streets with a few hours of volunteering. RUFF North End cleans up the dog run on Richmond Street. 1 of 2 RUFF North End was out in force to clean up the dog run on Richmond Street.