UK-based low-cost carrier Flybe will decide within weeks whether to outsource its Flybe Aviation Services maintenance arm and training activities, carrier executives say. Saad Hammad, who has spearheaded the carrier’s recovery, confirmed the decision will be made by the end of September, which is halfway through the carrier’s financial year. “The majority of [our MRO] business is third-party,” added CCO Paul Simmons. “Obviously, we need to train our staff and ...
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