FEARS of business travellers being penalised by a lack of competition on the Gatwick route if Flybe sells its Gatwick slots have been played down.
EASYJET is reportedly looking into buying Flybe’s Gatwick slots.
A WATER cannon arc welcomed the new Flybe jet at the start of its scheduled services yesterday.
FLYBE’S new jet will land in Guernsey for the first time on Sunday.
PILOT union representatives are examining Flybe’s case for job losses to make sure there is a genuine need, the British Airline Pilots’ Association has said.
FLYBE will avoid £160,000 in airport fees after the Public Services political board decided not to charge more for its heavier jet aircraft, it has been confirmed.
FLYBE is looking to be making up to 18 of its Guernsey staff redundant, it is understood.
FLYBE has confirmed that jets will start operating on the Guernsey to Gatwick route from 31 March.
FLYBE knew about a security breach at the airport nearly four hours before it raised the alarm, the Guernsey Press can disclose.
THE airport authority was criticised yesterday for a lack of information-sharing by early-morning passengers who saw their flights delayed by three hours.
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