UK-based regional Flybe reported a first-half net profit of £13.4 million ($16.6 million), halved from a net profit of £26.8 million in the same period last year. The company said it made the profit on revenues of £383 million, up 43.4% from £339.6 last time. The figures were delivered by executive chairman Simon Laffin after CEO Saad Hammad left the airline by mutual agreement last month. Hammad was largely responsible for a three-year turnaround program that ...

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