UK-based regional carrier Flybe has said reports in a UK Sunday newspaper that it is planning to start services from London’s Heathrow airport are speculative. The airline, which is Europe’s largest regional carrier, operates from four other London airports—Gatwick, Stansted, City and Southend—but not from the capital’s main long-haul hub. Available slots at Heathrow are in extremely short supply, but the airport’s major user, British Airways, is obliged ...

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