FlyBE was one of the largest low-cost airlines in Europe and its network links Great Britain with the rest of Europe.
- Type of airline: Low-cost airline
- Country: United Kingdom (UK)
- Call sign: Jersey
- Address: Flybe, Jack Walker House, Exeter International Airport, Devon - EX5 2HL, United Kingdom
- Home airport: EXT
- Year founded: 2002
- Number of aircraft: 71
- Passengers per year: 5,000,000
- Baggage allowance: 20 kg
- Hand luggage / hold luggage: 10 kg, 55 cm x 35 cm x 20 cm
- Seat reservation charge: £6.50 - £16
- Legroom (seat pitch): 76 - 79 cm
- Charge for sporting equipment: Sports equipment, musical instruments (carried in hold) and exceptional baggage is charged at £30 per item per flight sector, subject to space.
Check in & more
- Online check-in: Available but not mandatory. Airport check-in is included in the ticket price.
- Check-in closes: 20 - 60 Minuten
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Information about flybe
Flybe ceased operating flights on 5 March 2020.
Flybe was a British low-cost airline based at Exeter Airport England. The airline British Airways owned 15% of the low cost airline. To avoid a hefty fine in 2008, the airline simply rented 172 passengers who flew for a fee of 40 to 50 euros from Dublin to Norwich. Behind this unusual act was a contract with Norwich airport. After this, Flybe committed itself to transporting 15,000 passengers on that route in the following 3 years. As the target had not been met after this period, the airline resolved the problem in this way. The airline had a large number of operating bases in the UK besides its headquarters in Exeter, with large bases at Southampton and Aberdeen airport. From its departure airports, Flybe operated flights on a scheduled low-cost basis as well as seasonal charter flights to many popular tourist resorts and cities in Europe.