Flybe (BE) has made the announcement that it would expand its winter route schedule to include flights between Birmingham and Geneva.
On December 17, the airline will commence operations to the location known as the “gateway to the Alps” from Birmingham International Airport (BHX). Flights will take place twice weekly, for a duration of two hours, on both Saturday and Sunday.
“We’re happy to be able to further expand on our schedule by adding this excellent new destination to FlyBE’s winter schedule,” stated the CEO of BE, Dave Pflieger. “FlyBE’s winter schedule”
Our primary hub is the Birmingham Airport, from where we provide service to a plethora of locations all over the world, including Belfast and Amsterdam.
In addition, the chief executive officer said, “We are dedicated to giving customers with more choice, daily great value, and more opportunities to connect to the people and activities that matter.”
In March of 2020, the airline was one of the first commercial victims of the pandemic to fall victim to its effects. Concerned clients, the prospect of flights being canceled, and the enormous debt incurred by the corporation all contributed to the downfall of the business, which resulted in the loss of 2,400 jobs. Because of this, the greatest regional network in the United Kingdom was no longer accessible.
After a gap of two years, new management took over operations of the airline. The majority of its flights are now departing from Birmingham International Airport (BHX) and Belfast International Airport (BFS), while some of its flights are now departing from London Heathrow Airport (LHR).