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:
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