“Business as usual” at Aberdeen Airport despite continued Flybe uncertainty
Monday January 13th 2020 at 10:35 AM
It’s “business as usual” at Aberdeen Airport today despite continued uncertainty surrounding the future of one of the UK’s major airlines.
More than 2,000 jobs are at risk after Flybe announced it was trying to source extra funding to try and prevent its collapse amid mounting losses.
Europe’s biggest regional airline held survival talks last night, less than a year after the firm was bailed out by a Virgin Atlantic-led consortium.
Flybe runs a number of flights to and from the Granite City, including between Paris, Birmingham, Belfast and Cardiff.
A spokesman for AIA said: “It’s business as usual today.”
Flybe said it will “continue to focus on providing great service” for its customers.
The airline handles more than half of Britain’s domestic flights outside London and serves 80 airports across the UK and the continent.