Flybe

Revival hopes ignite again: Flybe applies for license

Thyme Opco, the new owner of collapsed Flybe, applied to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for the operating license.  ...


Revival hopes of Flybe slowly die out: Aer Lingus chooses partner

The collapsed Flybe missed out on a key contract with Aer Lingus that could have helped the airline to run operations in Ireland.    ...


While ones collapse, others rise up: Flybe to be revived in 2021

Flybe, the British regional airline which ceased all of its operations in March 2020, might be revived and return to service again in 2021. On October 19, 2020, the shareholder of the airline stepped into negotiations with EY, a company which had been appointed to handle Flybe‘s insolvency, in order to relaunch a smaller version of the airline as well as acquiring a large number of Flybe's assets....


When jets collide: ex-Flybe aircraft involved in ground collision

Despite declaring bankruptcy more than three months ago, Flybe is, quite literally, leaving a mark on the aviation industry as the airline's ex-aircraft was involved in a ground collision in Aberdeen International Airport (ABZ)....


Europe’s airline graveyard: carriers that went burst since 2019

While Flybe bankruptcy came as a surprise to many, the regional carrier is joining a list that is getting less and less surprising, as many more carriers have announced their bankruptcy since 2019....


Flybe enters administration: Stobart Air to continue?

The ailing regional airline, Flybe, was finally put to rest: the company announced that it has entered administration and ceased trading with immediate effect. Its franchise partner and Connect Airways subsidiary, is seemingly, continuing to operate....


Government to not provide loan to Flybe: reports

Flybe is seemingly on the brink of collapse, as the British government reportedly will refuse to provide a $128 million (£100 million) loan to the regional airline. If the lawmakers decide not to cut Air Passenger Duty (APD) tax, the airline might become insolvent in the coming months, reports indicate....


Flybe CEO warns of regional connectivity loss if it collapses

Mark Anderson, the CEO of Connect Airways, which is the parent of the company Flybe, warned the UK Government that the country would lose a significant amount of regional connectivity if Flybe were to collapse....


Airline consolidation in Europe: worrying times for the industry

Seemingly, consolidation has become the main word when discussing the trends within the aviation industry, especially in Europe. But, essentially, what is consolidation and how it is affecting the skies above Europe?...


Ryanair’s O’Leary criticizes UK government for Flybe support

With the British Government stepping in to save Flybe, airline executives are not happy with the move. Ryanair's own Michael O'Leary publicly expressed his concerns regarding the Flybe rescue plan in an aggressive letter to the British lawmakers....