Belfast City Airport chief executive Matthew Hall has reacted to Flybe ceasing to trade.
A statement published on BelfastCityAirport.com quoted Hall as saying, “First and foremost, our thoughts are with Flybe employees and passengers affected by this disappointing and unexpected news.
“Passengers booked on Flybe flights should not travel to the airport and should seek further advice from the Civil Aviation Authority.
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“Flybe operated ten flights to and from Belfast City, eight of which are currently served by other carriers from our airport.”
Hall added, “Alternative travel to Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, London Heathrow, Amsterdam, Edinburgh, Manchester and Southampton can be arranged through Aer Lingus, KLM, British Airways and Loganair, which operates flights to Teesside International from Belfast City Airport.”
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