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I think FlyBe are taking the piss.....

….having just forked out nigh on £250 to fly to the south of England, I am delighted to receive an email from FlyBe telling me that I can fly to Dublin or the Channel Islands for £25. 135 more words

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Up! Up! And Away!

With Spring in the air, on our beautiful Isle of Tiree, one of the joys of walking is listening to the birdsong. On calm days, when walking along the beach at Gott Bay, you are conscious of the sound of gentle lapping waves. 149 more words

"Life On Tiree"

Stobart Air becomes a Flybe franchise

Stobart Air (formerly Aer Arann) (Dublin) has agreed a partnership with Flybe which will see Stobart Air operate services to mainland Europe. As part of a five-year deal, Stobart Air will operate Flybe-branded aircraft on six new European routes from London Southend Airport. 100 more words

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Flybe targets rail and road competitors in new strategy | News | Marketing Week

Mon, 31 Mar 2014 | By Branwell Johnson

Regional airline Flybe is implementing a brand and marketing strategy overhaul across all customer touchpoints.

It is unveiling a multimillion pound marketing campaign focusing… 286 more words

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Flybe to introduce a new purple color scheme tomorrow

Flybe (Exeter) is introducing a new purple brand built around a new “Fastest Way from A to Flybe” ad campaign.  The first aircraft, Bombardier DHC-8-402 (Q400) G-JECY (msn 4157) named the “Spirit of Liberum”, is due out of the paint shop at East Midlands (EMA) tomorrow with the new look. 357 more words

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Hello All,

It’s been a few days since I’ve written but mainly because there hasn’t been much to say. Since Dublin life in Nottingham has returned to normal, or as normal as can be when living abroad. 312 more words

Flybe designates one of its Bombardier Q400s as the "Love Plane" for Valentine's Day

Flybe (Exeter) designated one of its Bombardier DHC-8-402 (Q400) aircraft as an official “Love Plane” to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Decked out with hearts on its nose and underbelly to be visible from the ground, it will operate scheduled services in and out of seven UK airports during February. 16 more words

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