The regional carrier announced it had gone into administration with immediate effect as of Saturday 28 January 2023.
The airline has collapsed again less than a year after returning to the skies following a previous collapse in March 2020.
In a statement posted on its Twitter account, the airline said: We are sad to announce that Flybe has been places into administration. David Pike and Mike Pink of Interpath have been appointed Administrators. Regretfully, Flybe has now ceased trading. All Flybe flights from and to the UK are cancelled and will not be rescheduled.
A government spokesman said: "This remains a challenging environment for airlines, both old and new, as they recover from the pandemic, and we understand the impact this will have on Flybe's passengers and staff. Our immediate priority is to support people travelling home and employees who have lost their jobs. The Civil Aviation Authority is providing advice to passengers to help them make their journeys as smoothly and affordably as possible. The majority of destinations served by Flybe are within the UK with alternative transport arrangements available.”
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