Articles Tagged ‘Flybe’
Flybe’s franchise airline Loganair launches flights from Norwich to Isle of Man.
Flybe launches new route from Southampton in the UK to Tours in France.
Flybe starts flying from Glasgow to Leeds Bradford International Airport after bmi’s withdrawal from the market.
Flybe Nordic now flies from Stockholm Bromma Airport in Sweden to Oslo Airport Gardemoen in Norway, while Flybe UK launched three domestic routes to Newquay in Cornwall.
Lufthansa was unable to find buyers for bmibaby and bmi regional. Will BA have better luck? If not it would seem that the two airlines’ days are numbered. We take a closer look at the fleet and route networks of the two niche carriers to see what prospective purchasers would be getting.
For sale Edinburgh welcomes Turkish Airlines and Vueling; easyJet (seats), Flybe (flights) and Ryanair (routes) all #1
Scotland’s busiest airport ranks 6th in the UK as a whole. How has demand developed in recent years, which are the airport’s busiest routes, and which are the leading airlines? How much has traffic changed on the leading routes, and what network developments are there for this summer and winter?
Flybe enables Newcastle to become sixth UK airport with direct flights to Bergen in Norway.
Flybe introduces two new UK-Ireland routes; resumes Exeter-Norwich flights.
It’s official: cakes are the ultimate way to celebrate not only route launches, but also other memorable occasions. China Southern and Flybe lead the way.
easyJet will increase capacity at London Gatwick this summer, ten years after it first flew between the airport and Barcelona – an anniversary celebrated with cake and champagne this week. Flybe also goes triple-daily at the airport as it celebrates three years of connecting Newquay Cornwall with Gatwick.
Flybe now #2 carrier at Tallinn airport serving a total of five destinations.
Birmingham welcomes return of Berlin flights thanks to Lufthansa; Monarch to start five leisure routes next summer
Birmingham Airport in the UK has seen a dramatic change in its mix of airlines during the last decade, with once dominant British Airways no longer on the scene. Which carriers filled the gap left by the departing flag-carrier and what is particularly impressive about Emirates’ double-daily service to Dubai?