FlyBe 3.0

Started by JasonT1981, Apr 15, 2024, 02:52 PM

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Just like that scene from Poltergeist 2 "They're Back!"

Well, kind of. They are lauching again as BeRegional

angry turnip

As they say in Newcastle " They wouldn`t let it lie ", should call it "Be Reasonable"
Somebody must have a lottery win burning a hole in their pocket.


Looks like an announcement on Monday

Quote· Save the date!
On July 1st we will announce the next steps in our plan to build a new and sustainable airline to serve the UK regions. 💜✈️

angry turnip

I can't help feeling this is a bad idea, they might be able to operate a few routes profitably, but they have been bitten before and their reputation wasn't great last time.
The only saving grace is that folk aren't so down on travelling by turboprop as Aer Lingus Regional use them,so it would be Dash8 Vs ATR.


The news is they have merged with Avooma Airlines.

QuoteWe're merging with Avooma Airlines, enhancing regional connectivity together as one.
We'll be saying 'goodbye' to the purple of beregional, and ushering in a new, sustainable, era with Avooma's blue, green and yellow.
Go and follow our journey at

I'd never heard of them until this past weekend however, government records suggest they have been registered since 2020 and they have no routes as of yet. I don't really see this doing too well.

Quote�Avooma Airlines (stylised as 'Avooma') is a new start-up airline that aims to enhance regional connectivity by providing affordable, daily, non-stop scheduled flights to destinations across the UK & Europe utilising a fleet of comfortable & environmentally sustainable aircraft.

They are still accessing possible routes and asking people to go to their website to fill out a form telling them routes they would like

QuoteHi, thanks for your interest and suggestion; we're still assessing potential demand and route opportunities at the moment.

If you haven't already done so, the best thing to do right now is to visit our website and fill in the form at the bottom of the page to let us know where you'd like us to fly between.