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  • Passengers on Flybe's troubles: 'There's no other way I can get to work'Customers of beleaguered airline tell how its collapse would impact their livesFlybe on the brink as government urged to step inNils Pratley: don't give Flybe owners a free rideFlybe passengers dependent on the airline to get around the UK and Europe have warned of the impact on their lives if the regional carrier collapses.At Exeter airport, where Flybe is based, customers expressed concern on Monday that a collapse would leave holes in flight schedules.
  • Flybe on the brink as government urged to step inEurope's largest regional airline seeks state help to stave off collapse. The government has been urged to do whatever it takes to ensure the survival of Flybe, Europe's largest regional carrier, as trade unions and MPs demanded the rescue of an airline that operates almost two in five British domestic flights.

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