Articles Tagged ‘Flybe’
The new Flybe officially launched on 13 April 2022 with its inaugural flight departing Birmingham Airport for Belfast City Airport. It marked the beginning of up to four daily flights between Birmingham and Belfast City, with additional routes to start in the coming weeks and months.
Flybe has announced that Birmingham Airport will be its new company headquarters and first new crew base. The airline will serve key regions across the UK and EU with operations scheduled to begin in early 2022.
Newquay to Manchester had winter PDEW of 78 in 2019, but easyJet and Loganair end in October. We look at the case for year-round.
In a wide-ranging interview with Jonathan Hinkles, Loganair MD, he told us that the carrier has “no ambition to have 60+ aircraft and looking like flybe.”
11 of flybe’s most profitable international routes still unserved – but what are they? Southampton key, with 121% fare premium over Ryanair at Bournemouth.
Five routes revealed by Jet2 – with one unserved since 2014 and another ended this current year. In 2019, they had 191,000 passengers; we explore them.
Aer Lingus Regional has launched Belfast City to both East Midlands and Leeds Bradford, with these routes having a combined 295,000+ passengers last year.
Kate Sherry’s 10 years as Ryanair’s Director of Route Development will be helpful, with LCCs just 40,000 seats short of 10 million at Edinburgh last year.
Only 17 of flybe’s 77 international routes last Sept are now operated. WF are down by 342 YOY, with Southampton hardest hit. Which routes will return?
We analyse the development of these routes and look at how flybe and Aer Lingus Regional’s frequencies differ as easyJet’s grows at nearby Belfast International.
As Luxair puts Manchester on sale, marking its comeback since its 2007 end, we look at the development of this airport-pair.
We look at the development of Manchester – Aberdeen & easyJet’s Aberdeen performance. Now, easyJet has 48% of the UK domestic market, up from 34% YOY.