The regional airline said as well as increasing the number of flights on many of its most popular routes, others have been "re-timed for the added convenience of both business and leisure customers".
It will up its London City-Edinburgh service from six to seven-times daily, while Edinburgh-Belfast City will increase from five to six-times daily, and Glasgow-Belfast City will increase from four to six-times daily.
There will be increased flights from both Birmingham and Manchester to Amsterdam, with the Manchester-Amsterdam operation increasing from twice to six-times daily and Birmingham-Amsterdam from four to six times daily.
Other Birmingham routes to be increased include the Dusseldorf service, which will increase from four to five-times daily; Edinburgh from seven to eight-times daily; and Glasgow from seven to eight-times daily.
Paul Simmons, Flybe’s chief commercial officer said: "To better serve the needs of our customers, the diversity and added frequency to our winter routes demonstrates our commitment in providing unrivalled regional connections. Our 2015-16 Winter schedule provides a good selection of choice for those wanting to book affordable business travel."
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