Future of many routes at risk after collapse - Flybe

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Dozens of routes serving the UK's regions could be left without services after the collapse of Flybe.
Scotland's Loganair has committed to maintaining 16 routes, but many smaller airports still face gaping holes in their schedules.
The carrier, Europe's largest regional operator, went into administration early on Thursday, after a bid for fresh financial support failed.
Flybe boss Mark Anderson said he was "very sorry" for the firm's collapse.
He told staff one of the firm's shareholders had pulled out at the start of this week, and he had spoken "frantically to the government" asking for rescue aid, but that they had run out of time on Wednesday night.

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