Flybe stopped the execution of flights
Financial problems, forced by low demand and customer cancellations in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak stopped Flybe from operating. On March 5th 2020 airline filed for bankruptcy and ceased all operations.
Flybe carried 8 million passengers a year between 56 airports in the UK and Europe.
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Introduction to Flybe
Flybe is the UK's largest domestic passenger airline, linking up a wide range of domestic destinations while operating a range of flights to the European continent as well. The company began life on the island of Jersey in 1979, becoming Jersey European in the mid-1980s, then taking its current name in 2002 (with the "be" standing for "British European").
Fly with Flybe and take advantage of cheap flights to many destinations. We already summed up great deals for you here.
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Flybe travel classes
All Flybe flights run on the same principles: with seats allocated in advance, on board menus (not automatic food and drink service) and low-cost fares.
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Check-in & Baggage
Passengers can check-in online by entering their booking reference and personal details, but the airline also offers an automatic check-in feature (selected when you make your booking), which delivers your boarding pass 36 to 15 hours before takeoff.
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