Flybe, which operated scheduled services from Belfast City, Birmingham and Heathrow to airports across the United Kingdom and to Amsterdam and Geneva, has ceased trading.
Advice to UK consumers seeking information about refunds, travel insurance claims can be found on our website.
We are aware of the following travel arrangements have been put in place, offering Flybe passengers special fares:
Customers are being offered one-way fares of £50/€60 plus taxes, fees and charges on selected routes to get them where they need to be.
Customers due to fly with Flybe can travel on journeys between London and Belfast, Newcastle or Amsterdam.
Customers can make their booking by calling the British Airways contact centre on 0344 493 0787.
Ryanair, launched fares starting from £29.99 to accommodate customers affected by Flybe’s immediate cancellation of its entire UK schedule.
Families who booked to fly on now-cancelled Flybe flights can travel on one of Ryanair’s flights, including routes from Belfast to East Midlands, Manchester and London Stansted from only £29.99.
These are on sale on the Ryanair.com website for travel from Sunday 26 March 2023.
easyJet is offering fares of £49 for domestic routes and £79 for international routes including a 15kg hold bag will be available on presentation their original Flybe booking reference.
This will be in place for Flybe customers until 5 February.
Any affected passengers should contact easyJet’s customer service on:
- If calling from UK & elsewhere: +44 (0) 330 5515151
- In calling from France: +33 (0) 9 77407770
- If calling from the Netherlands: +31 (0) 20 7946405
- If calling from Italy: +39 02 32068889
LNER is offering all Flybe customers who have had their flights cancelled can travel on any LNER service to their destination for free on 28 January and 29 January.
Customers will need to present their cancelled airline ticket.
For further info, visit: LNER.co.uk
Note: This page will be updated when the UK Civil Aviation Authority receives further information from other airlines, train operators or other travel companies.