Passengers arriving at Manchester Airport on a flight from Paris were ordered to remain on the plane for more than two hours due to a health scare.
Flybe consortium partner Stobart Group plunged deeper into the red during the year to March 2019.
North-east mum and small children take 10-hour trip to Belfast after Flybe axes their flight at last minute
A north-east mum and her two small children had to travel for 10 hours to reach Belfast after a struggling airline axed their flight at the eleventh hour due to a pilot shortage.
Flybe has claimed that a combination of factors - including an abundance of pilots booking holidays from work at the same time - are responsible for a string of flight cancellations this morning.
Aberdeen is losing a vital air link to another London airport.
Shares in beleaguered Flybe received a boost yesterday after the regional airline agreed to a rebel shareholder’s “valid” request for a general meeting.
Flybe shares rose by more than 15% yesterday after the regional airline’s biggest shareholder moved to oust chairman Simon Laffin and launch a probe into its takeover.
Virgin Atlantic could be poised for a return to Aberdeen and a debut in Inverness after it emerged it is in talks with Flybe over a potential takeover.
The airline with more flights from Aberdeen than any other may soon be under new ownership.
An air fare war on lifeline routes to the Scottish islands has left Loganair nursing annual losses of nearly £9 million.
The Beast from the East blew a £4million hole in Flybe’s balance sheet after the regional airline was forced to cancel hundreds of flights.
Flybe issues travel advice after confirming cancellation of flights to and from Aberdeen until tomorrow
Flybe has issued travel advice for passengers after it confirmed the cancellations of its flight to and from Aberdeen until tomorrow morning.
Fears mount over price hikes as ‘air wars’ over Glasgow to Stornoway and Kirkwall to Aberdeen routes come to an end
Fears are mounting over possible fare hikes on Loganair flights between island and mainland destinations after rival Flybe announced it will be quitting the routes.
Thirteen jobs have been lost at Shetland's Sumburgh Airport following Flybe’s withdrawal from routes connecting the islands to Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Europe’s largest regional airline has been recognised as the most punctual in the UK in the latest Which? report.
Loganair has signalled fares will rise again on flights to Shetland from Aberdeen after rival Flybe announced it was quitting the route – ending “Air Wars” which have provided a mini tourism boost for the isles.
Flybe has confirmed it will pull out of routes to and from Shetland in early January - only four months after it went head to head with former franchise partner Loganair.
An investigation is under way after a Flybe flight between Belfast and Inverness had to make an emergency landing without any front landing gear.
An airliner has landed with no nose gear at Belfast International Airport.
Loganair boss Jonathan Hinkles said yesterday the airline was already winning over passengers and pilots in its few weeks of operating as a standalone business.
Scottish airline Loganair aims to drown out its biggest rival, Flybe, amid the fanfare of both firms starting to operate independently of each other later this week.
An airline has praised the quick thinking of a captain after a fellow pilot fell ill during a flight at the weekend from Inverness.
Like their counterparts around the country, business people in the north and north-east will be reading the runes of the latest inflation data, due to be published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) tomorrow.
New flights from Aberdeen International Airport (ICA) face being grounded by Brexit because of strict rules governing airline ownership.
A war of words between two airlines over lifeline flights to the islands has intensified amid fears a price war could threaten the future of services.
New Flybe boss Christine Ourmieres-Widener said yesterday the airline was focused on “controlled expansion” after legacy orders for new planes and a slowdown in the market sent it hurtling into the red.
Regional airline Flybe will go head-to-head with Loganair on routes to Orkney, Shetland and the western isles after their long-standing franchise deal ends in the autumn.
Flybe’s new service between Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) and London Heathrow took to the skies yesterday, creating competition on the key route for the first time since autumn 2015.
Scottish airline Loganair said yesterday it had beefed up its top management team in advance of it flying solo after 24 years of working under franchise deals with other operators.
An aircraft had to make an emergency landing after the pilot shut down of one its engines due to a technical fault.
Flybe has said uncertain customer confidence and poor weather contributed to a slow start to the final quarter of its financial year.
Aberdeen travellers can now fly to more international destinations via Heathrow with a single check in and bag drop.