Video: Flybe reveals its new livery


Exeter - The low-cost airline operator Flybe has unveiled its first Bombardier Q400 with the new livery.

This week the company revealed the first aircraft, a Bombardier Q400, with the carrier's new livery.

Flybe serves on point-to-point routes within Europe. It is the largest private regional operator in Europe. The airline carries 8 million passengers a year on average amongst 81 airports across the UK and the rest of Europe.

Flybe serves on 210 routes across 15 countries with 79 aircraft including five ATR 72-600, 54 Bombardier Q400, 11 E175, and nine E195. Four more E175 are waiting to be delivered in the coming years.



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