UK regional Flybe shareholders have approved the sale of the airline’s entire London Gatwick Airport slot portfolio to easyJet. In May, Flybe announced plans to sell 25 pairs of Gatwick slots to easyJet for £20 million ($30.3 million) as part of its “Delivery and Future Direction” turnaround plan. On Friday morning Flybe’s shareholders gathered at the airline’s training academy to vote on the plans. The resolution was almost unanimously passed, with ...

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