Budget airline Flybe has announced it is to pull out of Bournemouth Airport, six months after restarting flights from the resort.
The airline confirmed it was running its south coast business from Southampton airport but also withdrawing its fleet of jet aircraft.
The airline currently flies to Jersey, Glasgow, Dublin, Paris and Amsterdam from Bournemouth.
It resumed flights from Bournemouth Airport in March.
Flybe chief commercial officer Paul Simmons claimed: “This will enable more frequency and more choice to our customers through consolidating our South Coast operation into one airport. “