Business leaders in Cornwall are considering the impact of plans to cut the county's only air link to London.
Flights from Newquay to Gatwick are currently run by Exeter-based Flybe. But Easyjet has bought its landing slots, and has decided against continuing the route after next March.
Flights from Cornwall to London Gatwick will end early next year.
Easyjet bought the landing slots from Exeter based Flybe, but now say there isn't enough demand to keep the service open.
It's a major blow for the airport at Newquay, but also for the county's business community who'll have to travel to the capital by train or road.
The nearest airport to London from Newquay will be Southend.
Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports.
A new Easyjet service has begun between Newquay and London Southend Airport. A new route to Liverpool will also start next month.
However Exeter-based airline Flybe has said it plans to stop services from Newquay to Gatwick next March after selling the landing slots in London.
There is uncertainty over Cornwall's airlink to London after Flybe announced the sale of its Gatwick airport slots. The Exeter-based airline has sold its landing times to Easyjet.
Flybe's service will come to an end in 2014. Easyjet says it can't confirm whether it will continue the route until later this year. Managing Director of Flybe Europe, Mike Rutter, says high charges at Gatwick forced the sale: