Stobart pull two airlines flybe jet

  • Stobart pull two airlines flybe jet
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    Dublin-Stobart the air by removing two of the three aircraft from the airline flybe franchise services from London Southend airport just a year after the introduction of the plane.
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Dublin-Stobart the air by removing two of the three aircraft from the airline flybe franchise services from London Southend airport just a year after the introduction of the plane.

The move will see four parties acted within the framework of a franchise contract from London Southend to Milan Malpensa, Venice, Budapest and Prague, and is not controlled by Stobart air.

A third aircraft Embraer, owned by Stobart will continue to serve London Southend-Dublin route. However, that the services will be subject to competition next year with Ryanair.

Ryanair announced in June that it will open a new base at Southend in April next year. It will base three planes and is serviced by 13 routes in eight countries.

It is believed that Stobart air, which operates Aer Lingus regional services and is part of the stobart group’s plans to throw two jets moving away from the services of the airline flybe. The announcement could be made in the coming weeks.

Stobart Group pulled a planned takeover offer for the airline flybe earlier this year.

The airline flybe is headed by the former chief Executive, cityjet Christine Ourmieres-Widener.

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