However the airline is "in conversation" with the government over a loan, Mark Anderson has confirmed.
2 comments

Welcome to Dissenter

The Comment Section of the Internet
www.bbc.co.uk
news/business-51140977

Fair play to O'Leary, who got tore into this debacle, saying quite honestly and openly that other airlines would step in and pick up the Flybe routes that are commercially viable, but would sod off the regional short-hops that are loss making.

His point was that the only reason to keep Flybe going would be to continue those loss-making services, which is why Flybe cannot ever be commercially viable, and will have to be bailed out over and over and over.

Either nationalise it (don't though), or let it die.

loading...

How did we manage before 1903, it's about the habit of convenience rather than the actual market. Why do people travel to these hard to get to places because it was easy and cheap, but it turns out it's not viable long term.


Edit History

2020-09-Fr 10:09:21 am

How did we manage before 1903, it's about the habit of convenience rather than the actual market. Why do people travel to these hard to get to places because it's was easy and cheap, but it turns out it's not viable long term.

loading...
Log In
Dissenter
connecting...