UK regional carrier Flybe has named the former head of Irish regional CityJet, Christine Ourmieres-Widener, as its next CEO and has secured slots to launch services from London Heathrow. The Exeter-headquartered airline has scooped up valuable Heathrow slots as a competition remedy from International Airlines Group’s (IAG) 2011 acquisition of UK carrier bmi, which has since been merged into British Airways (BA). Flybe will use the slots to launch two new Scottish links from Terminal ...

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