Flybe will relaunch in April, two years after its demise.
Up to 530 flights per week will be offered by the regional airline on 23 different routes.
Flybe, the airline that went bankrupt, has stated that it will resume operations next month.
Belfast City Airport, Birmingham, East Midlands Airport, Glasgow, Heathrow Airport, and Leeds Bradford Airport are among the airports that will be served by the regional carrier’s 530 flights a week on 23 routes.
Flights will resume on April 13, according to the airline.
Because to the Covid-19 epidemic that devastated huge portions of the travel business in March 2020, Flybe was forced into administration, resulting in a loss of 2,400 employment.
Prior to going bankrupt, it was the airline that operated the most domestic routes in the United Kingdom between airports other than London.
A subsidiary of Thyme Opco, which is affiliated with the US hedge fund Cyrus Capital, acquired the company’s assets and operations in April 2021.
Thyme Opco has changed their name to Flybe Limited.
Birmingham Airport will serve as the airline’s home base.
“We are thrilled to be available for purchase and to begin providing service next month,” said Dave Pflieger, chief executive.
“We believe that our additional flights will be beneficial to everyone who is looking for inexpensive tickets and more flights to go on vacation or see family and friends.”
“Our new network will also improve regional connection inside the United Kingdom as well as between other UK and European Union areas.”
“Over the last year, the new Flybe team has worked relentlessly to build an airline that is competitive in terms of pricing, schedule, and choice,” he said.