Flybe is cut an additional 10 year-round and 14 summer-only services next year, following its decision to withdraw from six London Gatwick routes.
During the first quarter, the UK regional carrier will stop serving Paris from Belfast, Cardiff, East Midlands or Glasgow.
Flights from Glasgow to Cardiff and Shannon are also set to be axed, while Southampton will lose connections to Hannover and Leeds Bradford. Bristol-Jersey and Exeter-Newcastle services will likewise be discontinued.
From the summer schedule, a host of seasonal routes are disappearing. These connect Exeter to Barcelona and Nice; Southampton to Barcelona and Beziers; Belfast to Jersey; Edinburgh to Knock; the Isle of Man to Bristol, Jersey, London Luton and Southampton; Jersey to Luton and Newcastle; Limoges to Newcastle; and Newquay to Norwich.
Flybe will from the end of March cease operations from Gatwick to Belfast, Guernsey, Inverness, the Isle of Man, Jersey and Newcastle, but will continue to serve Newquay from the London airport.