Flybe collapse: Which airports did the airline fly from?

5 March 2020, 05:28

The airline collapsed in the early hours of Thursday morning
The airline collapsed in the early hours of Thursday morning. Picture: PA
EJ Ward

By EJ Ward

Customers around the UK could be facing serious issues following the collapse of airline Flybe which operated from more than 30 airports around the country.

The firm's headquarters is based at Exeter International Airport in Devon, where around 400 of the company's 2,300 staff work.

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Its website now advises customers to "not travel to the airport" unless they have arranged an alternative flight.

Flybe, which served destinations from the Channel Islands to Aberdeen, had been hoping for a £100m lifeline and changes to Air Passenger Duty taxes.

Glasgow Airport has seen all Flybe flights cancelled
Glasgow Airport has seen all Flybe flights cancelled. Picture: LBC News

The carrier ran into difficulties last year and was bought by a consortium which includes Virgin Atlantic.

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Government officials at Birmingham Airport to advise Flybe customers
Government officials at Birmingham Airport to advise Flybe customers. Picture: LBC News

The full list of UK airports used by Flybe is as follows:

Aberdeen

Anglesey

Barra

Benbecula

Belfast

Birmingham

Bristol

Cardiff

Derry

Doncaster

East Midlands

Edinburgh

Exeter

Glasgow

Guernsey

Humberside

Inverness

Islay

Isle of Man

Jersey

Kirkwall

Leeds Bradford

Liverpool

London City

London Gatwick

London Heathrow

London Southend

Manchester

Newcastle

Newquay

Southampton

Stornoway

Sumburgh

Teesside International

Tiree

Wick John O'Groats

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