BELFAST CITY, NORTHERN IRELAND — UK's reborn regional airline Flybe will begin its operations on April 13. The carrier will initially focus on high-frequency routes connecting Belfast City to Birmingham and Glasgow airports.

Flybe went bankrupt two years ago shortly after the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. The revived operator was re-established from the assets of the former company. The airline will commence its scheduled services with a four-times-a-day service between Belfast City and Birmingham on April 13. Flights from Belfast City to Glasgow on a similar frequency will begin on April 14.

The routes to international destinations will begin from April 28 linking Amsterdam Schiphol with Birmingham and East Midlands airports, as well as services from London Heathrow to Belfast City and Leeds Bradford.

Flybe plans to serve 23 routes during the summer season.