UK-based regional carrier Flybe saw revenue and passengers increase for 3Q 2016/17 compared to the year-ago period, but plans to reduce capacity over the coming year to improve load factors. The Exeter-based airline’s revenue grew 18.1% to £160.8 million ($200.7 million) compared to £136.2 million for the equivalent period last year. Flybe only gives profit figures for the half- and full-year periods. Revenue per seat was almost static at £46.72, compared to ...

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