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Flybe is creating 370 pilot and flight crew jobs at its airline operations across the country.

Flybe is to open a new base at Cardiff Airport this year, serving 11 destinations and creating 50 new jobs.

Flybe is to reopen its budget airline base in Aberdeen next March, with the creation of up to 100 jobs.

Flybe is launching new flights between London City Airport and Exeter, Edinburgh, Belfast, Inverness and Dublin.

Flybe is to base two aircraft at Southend Airport, in order to fly six new routes and create 50 jobs.

Flybe is to expand its operations at Birmingham Airport, including seven new routes and 50 jobs.

Flybe is investing £21m in a joint venture with Finnair to acquire Finncomm Commuter Airlines of Finland.

Flybe has announced three new routes from George Best Belfast City Airport to Bristol, East Midlands and Liverpool, in order to replace Ryanair flights and create up to 250 indirect jobs.

Flybe is considering plans to expand its airline business with the acquisition of up to 140 Embraer 175 and E-family aircraft.

Flybe is to launch a new service from Leeds-Bradford airport to Gatwick in June, with the creation of 30 jobs.

Flybe has won planning permission to build a new £30m training academy and 160-bedroom hotel at Exeter Airport by spring 2010, which will create about 200 jobs.

Flybe is planning to expand its flights from Aberdeen Airport in 2009, including new routes to continental Europe and the creation of 100 jobs.

Flybe is planning to set up a base as Newcastle International Airport, including new flights to Gatwick and the creation of 100 jobs over the next two years.

Flybe is looking to recruit hundreds of mechanics for its aircraft maintenance operations in Exeter over the next few years.

Flybe is planning to set up a new staff training academy at Exeter International Airport over the next two years, including a 60-bedroom hotel.

Flybe is planning to raise up to £100m in a share offer next year, in order to fund the expansion of its aircraft fleet.

Flybe is creating 40 engineering and administration jobs at its aviation services division at Exeter Airport.

Flybe, the low-cost airline, is to launch seven new European routes from Birmingham International Airport, creating 35 jobs within the company and 400 in the local economy.

Flybe is adding four new routes from Southampton Airport, including flights to Glasgow and three French airports, with the creation of about 100 jobs.

Flybe is to introduce six new daily routes from Exeter Airport to Alicante, Malaga, Murcia, Belfast, Glasgow and Edinburgh, with the creation of up to 100 jobs.