Flybe CEO Christine Ourmières-Widener will resign effective July 15, the UK regional carrier said in an announcement that comes three months after it was taken over by a Virgin Atlantic-led consortium. Th Exeter-based airline was sold in February to Connect Airways, a group consisting of Virgin Atlantic, UK-based airline operator Stobart Group and US-based Cyrus Capital. Flybe will eventually be rebranded as Virgin Atlantic. “On behalf of the entire Flybe board, I want to ...

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