Flybe is on track to achieve breakeven at pre-tax profit level, in line with market expectations, the UK-based regional carrier said in a trading update for the financial year ended March 31. Flybe said this was before a £26 million ($39 million) cost relating to the disposal of 14 surplus Embraer E-195 jets and the impact of US dollar loan revaluation, but after the £10 million write-down of its loss-making joint venture in Finland, and provision of £6 million relating to ...

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