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Stobart Group, one of the co-owners of Flybe parent company Connect Airways, confirmed that its fresh shareholder investment after the rescue deal was a maximum of £9m, making the full contribution from Virgin Atlantic – owned by Branson and Delta – and Cyrus Capital a total of £30m. … [Read more...] about Ryanair demands same ‘tax holiday’ amid Flybe rescue deal backlash
More from Travel EasyJet joins Tui in restarting flights to Sharm el Sheikh Northern to be stripped of its rail franchise as fares across UK rise by 2.7% Commercial plane crash deaths fell by more than 50% in 2019 Major train timetable changes come in adding 1,000 new weekly services More Thomas Cook misery as customers face refund payment delay South Western Railway: Calls for staff sackings as 27 days of strikes begin … [Read more...] about Brexit will not affect your summer holiday to the EU, Britons told
Flybe may get a deferral on its APD, and the government will review the whole duty structure The Connect Airways consortium will inject another £30m into the business There have been talks about a short-term loan to tie over Flybe until it is on a firmer financial footing This has raised many unanswered questions. Why is a Conservative government propping up failing companies? Is it right to rescue Flybe when there was no help for Thomas Cook and other collapsed businesses such as Carillion? Does it disadvantage other airlines? Is there a breach of state aid rules? Also, isn't APD supposed to limit flying and help meet Britain's climate change targets? … [Read more...] about Flybe: Viable business or destined to fail?
The Bluefish Café & Restaurant, Chiswell, Portland How can you not love a small independent restaurant that can present a menu offering both braised pig cheeks with beetroot and gherkins as well as poached sea bass with local faggots and serrano ham. Not to mention scallops with black pudding and orange butter sauce (two courses £22.50, three courses £26.50). The children's menu (£9.95 or £12.95) includes home made fish fingers that are so good I have to stop myself stealing from other people's distracted toddlers. Bluefish is fantastic for so many good reasons: it is small, friendly, run by an enthusiastic French chef; it nestles just below the shingle bank at the Portland end of Chesil Beach; it offers an unhurried, unharassed dining experience and the menu is like a schizophrenic mixture of all the things I love to eat, from blue cheese to prunes, from chorizo to homemade chutney and confit of duck, to squid ink and ham hock soup – with a duck egg! … [Read more...] about Top 10 Dorset fish and seafood restaurants