UK-based regional airline Flybe has warned it will take a £2.5 million ($3.3 million) full-year profit hit because of currency fluctuations following the UK’s decision to exit (Brexit) the European Union (EU). “Although Flybe has hedged 90% of its USD and fuel requirements for this financial year, the impact of a stronger USD since the EU referendum vote will have a negative impact of £2.5 million on full-year profit, if rates remain at current levels,” Flybe ...

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