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Flybe is to close six of its UK airport bases as part of plans to make a further 500 redundancies.
The regional carrier is to shut its current bases at Aberdeen, Guernsey, Inverness, Isle of Man, Jersey and Newcastle, as part of its continuing restructuring plans to the UK operation.
Flybe is currently in consultation over the planned job cuts with unions such as Balpa, Unite and Prospect.
Saad Hammad, Flybe’s chief executive, said: “We are committed to connecting the UK's regions and we intend to continue flying to these airports after the base closures.
“I know that these proposals are creating great personal uncertainty but they are necessary to secure a long-term future for Flybe.
“I am grateful to the various union and staff representatives for the very constructive manner in which we have been able to commence the consultation process.”
Flybe has also announced the number of redundancies that it plans to make at each of its current 13 UK bases.