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Flybe: Airline and rail rivals attack government rescue

BBC Local News Wednesday, 15 January 2020 ()
BBC Local News: Hampshire -- British Airways' owner IAG files a complaint to the EU arguing Flybe's rescue breaks state aid rules.
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News video: Ministers 'delighted' as Government grants Flybe rescue deal

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Regional airline Flybe has secured a rescue deal with the Government that will allow it to keep operating, the Business Secretary said. Andrea Leadsom said she was "delighted" with the agreement, which came after rescue talks over the weekend. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps also welcomed the...

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