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Flybe was a UK regional airline, and for a time an Avios partner, which went into receivership in March 2020.

Flybe recruiting for a base in ‘the Midlands’

If you thought that the relaunch of Flybe had fallen through when it was forced to hand back its Heathrow slots, you were wrong. According to the ad below, posted on LinkedIn, the airline is .....

If you thought that the relaunch of Flybe had fallen through when it was forced to hand back its Heathrow .....

by Rob Burgess25 comments

Is Flybe really going to return this Summer?

13 months after its collapse a new management team is declaring that Flybe will restart flights this summer. Or will it ….? The road to this point has been a rocky one. It involves the .....

13 months after its collapse a new management team is declaring that Flybe will restart flights this summer. .....

by Rhys Jones47 comments

Flybe may return – airline sold by administrators to Cyrus Capital

On Saturday, we reported on rumours that the administrators of collapsed UK regional airline Flybe were on the verge of selling the assets. The deal was confirmed this morning. Cyrus Capital, a 40% .....

On Saturday, we reported on rumours that the administrators of collapsed UK regional airline Flybe were on the .....

by Rob Burgess22 comments

Is Flybe on the way back?

I know it seems crazy, given the current level of travel, but Sky News believes that Flybe may be rising from the ashes. According to a report, the core financial investor when it collapsed – .....

I know it seems crazy, given the current level of travel, but Sky News believes that Flybe may be rising from .....

by Rob Burgess6 comments

Why did Flybe go into receivership?

Why did Flybe go into receivership?  Accountancy firm EY was appointed as administrator to regional airline Flybe when it collapsed on 5th March.  Flybe, as regular readers will know, had been .....

Why did Flybe go into receivership?  Accountancy firm EY was appointed as administrator to regional airline .....

by Rob Burgess67 comments

Is Flybe on its way back to the skies?

If you thought the Flybe story was over, think again. The Telegraph reported on Sunday that EY, the administrator of Flybe, had opened talks with the Government over the nationalisation of the .....

If you thought the Flybe story was over, think again. The Telegraph reported on Sunday that EY, the .....

by Rob Burgess50 comments

Aurigny starts flights on two Flybe routes to Birmingham and Exeter

We wrote last week about how Loganair, Eastern and Blue Islands were stepping in to pick up various ex-Flybe routes. Aurigny, the small Channel Islands airline, has now announced that it will restart .....

We wrote last week about how Loganair, Eastern and Blue Islands were stepping in to pick up various ex-Flybe .....

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Flybe – some interesting hard numbers on what has been lost

I don’t usually drop in external commentary, but I was sent this article from travel data and analytics group Cirium and I thought it was worth running.  There are a lot of ‘facts’ .....

I don’t usually drop in external commentary, but I was sent this article from travel data and analytics .....

by Rob Burgess16 comments

Good news as Loganair, Eastern and Blue Islands pick up many Flybe routes

There are three pieces of good news today for ex-Flybe customers. Loganair to start flights on 16 ex-Flybe routes Scottish airline Loganair has announced that it will pick up 16 Flybe routes.  The .....

There are three pieces of good news today for ex-Flybe customers. Loganair to start flights on 16 ex-Flybe .....

by Rob Burgess43 comments

Flybe enters administration – what happens next?

Flybe has finally collapsed tonight, after the Government refused additional requests for emergency funding. The website went down around 10.45pm: And here is the official notice issued at Glasgow .....

Flybe has finally collapsed tonight, after the Government refused additional requests for emergency funding. .....

by Rob Burgess195 comments

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