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About the company

  • Flybe is Europe's largest independent regional airline with 180 routes serving 15 countries, operating from a total of 81 departure points, 33 UK and 48  European airports* (all routes on sale Jan ’14  – Oct ‘14)

  • Flybe operates more UK domestic flights than any other airline and more domestic flights at London Gatwick than any other airline * (UKCAA statistics Dec‘12- Nov’13)

  • Flybe operates 45 Bombardier Q400, 14 Embraer 195 and 11 Embraer 175 aircraft

  • 2012/13 Awards: Amsterdam Schiphol’s Airline of the Year 2012 Europe;  Travel Agents’ Choice ‘Airline of the Year UK & Ireland; ‘Best UK Domestic Airline’ Award Northern Ireland Travel and Tourism Awards last two consecutive years

  • Flybe was listed on the London Stock Exchange in December 2010

  • In August 2011, Flybe jointly acquired Finnish Commuter Airlines (Finncomm) in a 60-40% partnership with Finnair

  • Flybe has codeshare agreements with British Airways (since March 2007), Air France (October 2010), Etihad (October 2009) and KLM (May 2012)

  • Flybe placed a multi-billion dollar order with Embraer in July 2010 for up to 140 Embraer 175 and E-family aircraft, the first deliveries arriving in December 2011

  • Flybe is the largest scheduled airline, measured by air traffic movements, at Belfast City, Birmingham, Cardiff, Exeter, the Isle of Man, Inverness,  Jersey, Manchester, Newquay and Southampton airports (UK CAA statistics – Nov‘13)

  • Flybe’s Training Academy in Exeter, costing £11.9-million to construct, was officially opened by Rt. Hon George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer April  2011

  • Flybe launched the aviation industry’s first ever eco labelling scheme in 2007

  • Flybe signed a landmark franchise Agreement with Loganair, the Scottish regional airline, in January 2008– the first of its kind ever for a low cost carrier

* Flown under the Flybe brand, of which 25 routes and 11 airports are exclusively served by Flybe’s franchise partner, Loganair