Flybe Passengers And Staffs Can Travel With Discounts06/03/2020
UK’s leading flight operator Flybe is no longer in operation. Since, the company is not functional other leading airline operators including railway networks offering their services. Flybe staffs and customers can travel with huge discounts.
As, other airline operators and railway services offering special discounts for Flybe passengers and staffs. They can continue their journey without any form of interruptions.
Also an additional amount of safety for staffs for their safe return.
We have previously discussed, Flybe customers are eligible for a refund.
Different travel Offers For Flybe Passengers And Staffs With Special Discounts
You can consider for special discounts from other airline operators including railway networks instead of Flybe.
Flybe customers can book with British Airways for one-way fares of £50 including taxes, fees and charges. The airline also offers this special fare including one piece of hold luggage of 23kg.
However, Flybe staffs can reserve their booking without of any charges.
The airline states “We’ll bring any stranded Flybe Flight and Cabin Crew home for free. Please have your airline ID to hand.”
The BA will also offer the repatriation fares to all other Flybe members of staff.
You can find additional information about this promotion from here.
Another leading airline carrier Easyjet is offering special services for Flybe customers and staffs.
The company is willing to assist staffs and affected passengers by offering a dedicated rescue fee for customers up until the end of May. Customers will have to pay for a fare of £65 (€72) including a 15kg hold bag.
But, customers will need to present their original Flybe booking reference.
However, the company is offering a free services for Flybe staffs. It states “from Thursday 5th to Friday 6th March we will be offering free flights for Flybe staff to get them home.”
You can find out more information from here.
Scotland’s leading airline Logan Air is offering special promotion for Flybe customers
The company has plans to safeguard UK regional connectivity by taking up 16 routes formerly flown by Flybe. Furthermore, Logan Air to fly nearly 400 new flights each week.
However, the company is willing to recruit former Flybe employees to pursue their career within aviation industry.
The airline also launched flight services to Lake District in Cumbria in 2019.
There are more useful information available from here.
Meanwhile, Irish airline carrier Ryanair announces for a rescue fares on 5 UK routes starting from £19.99 for affected customers.
Ryanair’s Alejandra Ruiz state, “Flybe customers can continue to enjoy the lowest fares and most reliable service by switching to Ryanair, and we’ve released rescue fares to assist customers affected by Flybe ceasing operations.
We are working with the CAA to accommodate passengers who may have been left stranded or have had their travel plans disrupted by the collapse of the airline. We again call for more robust and frequent stress tests on financially weak airlines and tour operators so customers are not the ones who suffer.
Customers can fly at fares starting from just £19.99 until the end of April, and these rescue fares are on sale now until midnight Sunday 8 March, only on the Ryanair.com website. Since these amazing low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”.
You can find out additional information from here.
UK’s major train operators is also special discounts for Flybe staffs and customers.
Robert Nisbet, Director of Nations and Regions at the Rail Delivery Group, on behalf of train operators, states: “We know how distressing the news about Flybe is for their staff and customers which is why train operators have arranged free travel to help them get to their destinations.”
There are more information available from here.