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Old 2nd Jul 2020, 21:16
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Maybe try this - https://www.airtravelgenius.com/pers...light-history/
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Old 2nd Jul 2020, 23:30
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No luck with that unfortunately. Thanks anyway though. I need the lhr-lgw equivalent for Southampton basically, but the chance of that is near zero
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Old 3rd Jul 2020, 16:33
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More Flybe routes filled.

https://www.businesstraveller.com/bu...st-city-route/

anyone still think a new start up will be able to compete against BACF, Eastern, Logan, easy, blue islands and any others picking up the good routes.
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Old 3rd Jul 2020, 17:25
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Time this thread was moved to the historical section?
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Old 4th Jul 2020, 11:17
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Ha. You are probably right. except a few on here think that flybe is still a going concern and this whole pesky administration thing is nothing more than temporary. many blame covid for its demise which is side splitting'ly laughable.
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Old 4th Jul 2020, 13:42
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Do we do a non denominational humanist burial?
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Old 4th Jul 2020, 14:26
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Please please lets stop this pointless discussion about exhumation of the corpse that was flybe. Those of you who wanted the airline to go under got your wish. END
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Old 4th Jul 2020, 15:10
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Bean

Your adding to the discussion you donít want to discuss.
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Old 4th Jul 2020, 15:59
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Perhaps best to leave it open until the remaining aircraft and other assets are dispersed.
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Old 5th Jul 2020, 10:40
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For a lot of us on this thread we are still mourning the loss of our jobs and lifestyle. We were on the inside of the company and could see some of the poor decisions first hand. What has happened has happened and nothing can change that now. However I would suggest that the so called humour towards flybes demise is a little insensitive towards the thousands of workers who put many years of effort to support Flybe . We feel like a family and have shown restraint towards the horrible things that have been said about Flybe. Could I suggest you set up a separate thread appropriately titled where you can voice all your negative observations of Flybe. Thank you and have a good day.
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Old 15th Jul 2020, 21:47
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Originally Posted by cabsav View Post
Ha. You are probably right. except a few on here think that flybe is still a going concern and this whole pesky administration thing is nothing more than temporary. many blame covid for its demise which is side splitting'ly laughable.
People hoping that they may possible get their jobs back some kind of laughing matter to you? A job they may have done for decades? A job/career that now appears will be gone for good? I don't care who you work for mate but I hope you've got deep pockets because no airline is immune from this mess that is happening and you are certainly not, so I suggest you wind in that long neck of yours before you find yourself down the job centre holding onto whatever you have...

Easy Jet2 Ryanair already been bailed out and saved by the taxpayers £££ its a small world pal....

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Old 16th Jul 2020, 06:06
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Well said livesina field. It's time the modd put this thresd to bed
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Old 16th Jul 2020, 12:32
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175's

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Well said livesina field. It's time the modd put this thresd to bed
Not before reporting the sad and first departure of the 175 fleet since grounding.

JE left BHX this morning and is currently heading south of France. I have flown on several 175's and enjoyed every minute on a fine aircraft and I even received a short email lesson on the economics of the aircraft from PS back in 2014 after I was extolling its virtues but he was more keen on praising the Dash 8.

3 x 175 and 3 x DH8D's left at BHX now. The latter outside the STS Hangar.

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Old 16th Jul 2020, 13:23
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G-JECK has also left ABZ. The aircraft involved in the ground incident with Loganair, albeit flying at 11,000ft only.
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Old 18th Jul 2020, 13:15
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https://www.caa.co.uk/Commercial-ind...ing-decisions/

The CAA has withdrawn its decision to remove Flybe's operating license and route license, as a result of the appeal by Flybe's administrators and the regulations adopted by the EU.

In response, Flybe's administrators have given the CAA following undertakings:

“Until the CAA has confirmed in writing that the undertakings are released, Flybe [Limited] will not:

(i) take bookings or sell tickets for flights;
(ii) request or accept payments of any kind from consumers in respect of balances for existing flight bookings unless those flights have been completed; and
(iii) undertake any aircraft operation which requires a valid Operating Licence”.
looks like EY and Cyrus Capital are getting Flybe's operating license and route license back
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Old 18th Jul 2020, 13:39
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Interesting.
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Old 19th Jul 2020, 13:10
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FlyBe was a great carrier from the passengers' perspective. I positioned with them many times around the UK, and found the airline and its employees to be top drawer. Just saying, in the face of those earlier who were less than laudatory of the operation. I miss FlyBe. And JEA as was.
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Old 19th Jul 2020, 13:19
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Originally Posted by MissChief View Post
FlyBe was a great carrier from the passengers' perspective. I positioned with them many times around the UK, and found the airline and its employees to be top drawer. Just saying, in the face of those earlier who were less than laudatory of the operation. I miss FlyBe. And JEA as was.
Thank You 💜
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Old 20th Jul 2020, 11:25
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I always tried to defend them from their detractors on this forum; mainly without success.
Everyone admits that the rot set in when Jim French did the disastrous deal with Embraer.
Saad Hammad did a great job in trying to turn the company around but ultimately seems to have lost board support. Great shame
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Old 20th Jul 2020, 13:15
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Lots of talk on here about disasterous deal with Embraer but have never seen it quantified. Can anyone clarify what the monthly lease/finance costs were for the two types of Emb?
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