Flybe goes into administration – again!

Flybe has ceased trading and all of their flights scheduled have been cancelled with immediate effect.

The airline was saved from Birmingham Airport, after it was bought out of administration back in 2021. It had previously collapsed in 2019 with the loss of over 2,000 jobs.

The airline Flybe has now gone under yet again. The news comes less than a year after Flybe’s first flights out of Birmingham, which took place in April 2022.

The airline also served airports such as East Midlands, Belfast City, Glasgow, Heathrow, Edinburgh, Manchester, Leeds Bradford and Amsterdam. In a statement this morning, The UK Civil Aviation Authority said: “All Flybe-flights have now been cancelled.

“Please do not go to the airport as flights will not be operating. Flybe customers who still need to travel, will need to make their own alternative travel arrangements via other airlines, rail or coach operators.”