All Flybe flights are cancelled as the airline enters administration for the 2nd time
British airline Flybe ceases all trading and cancels scheduled flights. Flybe customers have been advised not to travel to airports as flights will not be operating after the airline called in administrators.
Flybe, which has collapsed into administration for the second time, also operated scheduled services from Belfast City and Heathrow to airports across the UK and to Amsterdam and Geneva.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority made the announcement at 4am and has advised people booked on flights not go to the airports as flights will not be operating. Flights to Belfast, Geneva, Amsterdam and Edinburgh from Birmingham are all cancelled. Flybe customers who still need to travel, will need to make their own alternative travel arrangements via other airlines, rail or coach operators.