Bishops concern for the regional economic system after Flybe is grounded

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Flybe aircraft parked at Birmingham Airport last week

Flybe aircraft parked at Birmingham Airport last week

BISHOPS was concerned about the impact of Flybe's collapse on internal connections in the UK and the economy in its regions.

Areas such as the Isle of Man, which relied on Flybe to transport to mainland hospitals, could have serious consequences. Rev. Robert Paterson, former Bishop of Sodor & Man, Rt. Rev. Robert Paterson, posted on Thursday last week: "The end of Flybe could be serious for @Isle_of_Man."

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