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Cardiff to Dublin via Belfast

I thought I write a brief post to arising from today’s travel difficulties, really just to make a record of the episode for posterity.

As last Wednesday I got up early this morning (4.30am) to get the 7am FlyBe flight from Cardiff to Dublin, due into Dublin at 8.05am. 406 more words

Biographical

FlyBe 1370 & 1371 - London City to Amsterdam vv.

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I have always wanted to visit Amsterdam but have not got the chance, as a friend of mine did his internship there from July to September I thought it was the perfect time for me the explore the city with the help of a ”local” tour guide. 1,109 more words

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It's cold in Jersey

Thursday 25 January

Flybe served us well today, leaving on time on way to Birmingham for a change of plane for one that is to take us to Jersey via Guernsey except that Birmingham airport don’t seem to recognise that the plane goes on to Jersey from Guernsey as it doesn’t mention Jersey which might cause confusion to non seasoned travellers. 845 more words

Family

Uncommon Travel Experiences

Back in Cardiff for the Easter weekend – which I am to spend mainly sleeping – after flying back this morning from Dublin, I thought I’d do a brief post about a fairly strange thing that happened when I got to Cardiff Airport this morning. 592 more words

Biographical

Flybe likely to be bought out by Stobart Group

Stobart Group, who started life as a long-haul trucking company in the UK and have an enormous following, based on their smart-looking trucks and ebullient owner Eddie Stobart, have turned into a multi-faceted group with airport (Southend) and aviation (Stobart Air) interests. 194 more words

Reuters: Stobart Group is considering a bid for Flybe

From Reuters:

British infrastructure and support services firm Stobart Group is considering bidding as part of a consortium to acquire struggling regional carrier Flybe.

Shares in Flybe soared 26 percent on Thursday on the news to 43.5 pence by 1541 GMT, valuing the carrier at almost 105 million pounds. 352 more words

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Transcending flightlessness

As this blog has observed before, I have to cross the Irish Sea on a regular basis for work.  Despite being in possession of a number of unwanted (and, if I’m honest, fairly useless) superpowers, I have yet to master unaided flight and so I am forced to rely on commercial airlines – and mostly FlyBe – to effect these journeys.  1,030 more words