Exeter-based airline Flybe has confirmed it is switching it's Newquay-Heathrow flight back to Gatwick.
Rumours had spread that the troubled airline was axing the Cornish connection to Europe's busiest airport after just a year in operation.
Bosses have said the switch, which comes along with new routes to Amsterdam and Manchester, is a positive change for Newquay.
St Austell and Newquay MP Steve Double posted about the decision on Twitter and said while he is "disappointed", it is the best decision in light of the events involving the airline this week.
It says on his website:
On Monday 14 January government ministers agreed a deal to rescue the struggling airline after negotiations with a consortium of firms that own it.
Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom said she was "delighted" by the agreement, which will "keep the company operating, ensuring that UK regions remain connected".
This week Ryanair hit out at the Government's "badly-thought out bailout" of Flybe and demanded the same "tax holiday" for other airlines.
Earlier this week, the Government announced it will review air passenger duty (APD) on domestic routes among other measures in an effort to help struggling airline Flybe.
This prompted the owner of British Airways to file a complaint with the European Commission over the bailout after its boss branded it a "blatant misuse of public funds".