Flybe Group has said Philip de Klerk, currently chief financial officer with the company, has resigned. He Klerk will remain in position with Flybe until October.
Flybe has started operating its 2017 summer schedule from Cardiff Airport, which features 15 routes offering a total choice of up to 73 flights a week. The schedule includes the launch of the first ever service between Cardiff and Rome, with the inaugural flight taking off earlier.
Passengers are set to benefit from more choice on flights between London and Scotland as Flybe’s new flights from Edinburgh and Aberdeen touch down at Heathrow today. In a milestone for Heathrow, Flybe - Europe’s largest regional airline – has become the first domestic carrier to begin operating at the UK’s hub since 2013.
Flybe has appointment Peter Hauptvogel to the role of chief information officer. He will lead the IT function and play a critical role in building an IT platform and digital strategy to support Flybe’s long term success.
Flybe has announced the return of its weekly Saturday service between Cardiff and Dusseldorf, starting on April 1st. Vincent Hodder, Flybe chief revenue officer commented: “We are pleased to be bringing back this popular route from Cardiff to Dusseldorf this summer.
Flybe has announced it will operate a new Saturday service to Dusseldorf from Jersey during peak summer. The route will launch on April 29th and will operate until September 30th, maintaining the connection between the two destinations.
Flybe has added seven more flights a week on four popular summer sun routes to Spain and Portugal as part of its expanded 2017 summer schedule from Southampton. From May 27th the airline will operate up to five times a week to Alicante, with new flights on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays in addition to existing Tuesday and Friday services.
Finnair is extending its network throughout the United Kingdom with new codeshare services on Flybe flights between several European cities and the UK. Finnair’s codes will be added to the below Flybe services when a Finnair flight is also included in the booking.
Flybe has announced the continuation of its service from Cardiff to London City as part of its extensive summer ’17 schedule. Vincent Hodder, Flybe chief revenue officer commented: “It is good news for the route that is receiving such positive support from the business community.
Sottish travellers can now book flights to international destinations including Los Angeles, Boston, Seattle, and Dubai – thanks to closer cooperation between Virgin Atlantic and Flybe. From today customers will be able to book tickets to travel from Edinburgh and Aberdeen with Flybe, and connect onto Virgin Atlantic flights at London Heathrow.
Flybe has announced the return of flights between Cornwall Airport Newquay and London Stansted as part of its expanded summer 2017 schedule. Daily flights will begin on March 26th, offering a flight time of approximately 70 minutes, saving valuable time when compared to a drive that would take over five hours.