Hedgies take controls to pilot Flybe back into stormy skies

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It was easy to identify the biggest losers when Flybe plunged into administration.More than 2,000 staff lost their jobs when the airline went bust in March. There was also a £96.5m hit to the pension scheme.Then there were the passengers and other small creditors, who were owed more than £450m when the Exeter-based airline went down, and a hit of more than £50m to the taxpayer.However, eight months on, the winners in this sorry tale are finally starting to become clearer. A new company called Thyme Opco has bought Flybe’s brand and many of its assets out of administration — and now there are plans for the airline to return in the new year.The two names on Thyme Opco’s incorporation documents

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