Virgin Atlantic has signed a codeshare agreement with UK-based regional Flybe for a network of routes connecting its London Gatwick, Manchester and Glasgow operations with 18 regional airports in the UK and Western Europe. The move comes six months after Virgin halted its Little Red project, which used Airbus A320s leased from Aer Lingus to provide feeder traffic from Manchester, Edinburgh and Aberdeen to London. That experiment was stopped, partly because of low load factors and partly ...

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