Contact Flybe: Find below customer service details of Flybe airline, including telephone and address. You can reach the below contact for new flight booking, cancellation, refund, baggage claim, cheap airfares, deals or other queries on Flybe. Besides contact details, the page also offers information and links on Flybe services.

Flybe Head Office
Jack Walker House
Exeter International Airport
Devon
EX5 2HL
United Kingdom

Flybe Customer Care
UK: 0871 700 2000
International: +44 (0)1392 268529

Special Assistance
specialassistance@flybe.com
businesstravel@flybe.com

Technical Support
UK: 0906 999 9999
International: +44 (0) 1392 268518
technical.support@flybe.com

Flybe Customer Relations
The New Walker Hangar
Exeter International Airport
Devon
EX5 2HL
United Kingdom

UK: 0871 700 5000
International: +44 (0) 1392 268510
Fax: +44 (0) 1392 672246

Rewards4all
Flybe Rewards4all
Jack Walker House
Exeter International Airport
Devon
EX5 2HL
United Kingdom

UK: 0871 521 5555
International: +44 (0) 1392 268536

Charters
flybecharters@flybe.com

Cargo
Phone: +44 (0) 2087 574776
Fax: +44 (0) 2087 597027
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Flybe Schedule
To check Flybe schedule online click here

Baggage Information
Passengers can carry 1 piece of hand baggage with weight not exceeding 10 kilos. For checked baggage, Economy Plus passengers can carry up to 40 kilos free. Flybe Economy passengers can pay in advance for bags at a discounted rate.

Check-in
You can check in online from 36 hours and up to 1 hour before departure. To check-in online visit the website at flybe.com

About Flybe
flybe-airline-pictureFlybe was founded in the year 1979 as Jersey European. The name was later changed to British European and then to Flybe in 2002. The low-cost British airline flies to over 45 destinations and is Europe’s largest regional airline. Flybe operates from its hubs at Aberdeen, Belfast City, Birmingham, Cardiff Airport, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Jersey, London Gatwick, Manchester, Newcastle and Southampton. In 2009 the airline won the European Airline MRO of the Year by AVIATION WEEK’s Overhaul and Maintenance (O&M) magazine. The same year it also won Air Transport World 2009 Global Regional Airline of the year

Flybe Destinations: Flybe destinations include Aberdeen, Alicante, Belfast, Bergen, Berne, Beziers, Birmingham, Brussels, Cardiff, Clermont, Ferrand, Darry, Dublin, Dundee, France, Edinburgh, East Midlands, Frankfurt, Geneva, Glasgow, Hamburg, Hannover, Jersey, Kirkwall, La Rochelle, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Malaga, Manchester, Milan, Newcastle, Nice, Norwich, Palma, Paris, Portugal, Salzburg, Southampton, Stuttgart, Switzerland, UK, and more.

This article has 14 comments

  1. Mrs Fiona Murray Reply

    Arriving at Inverness airport on the 20th Nov 11.30 am, i reported the damage of 2 suitcases, belonging to myself and daughter. Though i have sent you the DPR report, i cannot read the copy, plus the lady kept baggage tags etc. I did phone your office with this information.
    Both cases had smashed wheels, one on each case, both padlocks missing, one case had the end split open, one had its additional case strap missing, both badly scuffed.
    Hope to hear from you soon. Mrs F. Murray.

    • pauline Reply

      Today i spent 20mins on hold phoning flybe to ask for a change of name to my bookings as i couldnt do this online. After the wait of 20mins the girl that answered me put the phone down before i could even speak,i then went on to phone again this time 45mins to be told that it would cost me 3 times more to change a name than to book a new ticket mad i went on line and booked a new ticket. I now want flybe to pay cost of these phone calls at 10p a min as i think it is the least they can do.

  2. Mrs stalker Reply

    Hi, further to our phone call today I am emailing all the details of our delayed luggage and the condition it arrived back to us.
    Our luggage reference number’s are BE149080 and BE 149074, these bags were off loaded from our flight in Milan , flight number 7355 , to Manchester on October 31st 2012, due to the plane being over fuelled . And have waited 5 days for them to be delivered to us .
    On the cases return the zips were broken and are now we are unable to use them as they can not be locked, as requested the cases are worth £50 for the pair, but unfortunatley we can not find a receipt , and they are only 12 months old.
    We look forward to hearing from you in response to my email, thanks mrs stalker.

  3. Teresa Murphy Reply

    I Travelled to Dublin on Friday the 28th September from Southampton on BE834 seat 16A. When I reached my final destination I discovered I had lost my handbag with my purse inside, (I had assumed it was in my travel bag I had with me.) has this bag been found on the plane and handed in, my phone no is 023 92383871 I have tried many times to contact customer services by phone but the line was engaged continually, I realise the system is very busy but hope that you can help me if my bag has been located. if you could phone or email me to the address above I would be very grateful yours hopefully Teresa Murphy

  4. k mcdonald Reply

    I undertand Menzies Baggage Services look after property left behind on Flybe flights. I’ve called their phone number a couple of times but only get voice mail. I am calling from Canada so maybe that’s why I haven’t received a response. Is there an email account that I could use to see if my documents and photographs were found on the May 29th 10:15 am flight between Belfast and Glasgow?

  5. Monique Reply

    I flew from CDG Paris to Manchester MAN yesterday 6th February.
    When I recieved my suitcase it was damaged – it had been ripped open along the seams.
    I reported the damage to the ‘baggage claims’ desk at the airport, and they gave me this REFERENCE NUMBER: MANBE12140/06FEB12/2313GMT.
    I beleve the suitcase is beyond repair.
    It is a KENNETH COLE” designer label suitcase worth new approx £180.
    I need your URGENT response as I am flying out of England on the 15th February next.

  6. Gina Krupski Reply

    Very surprised at the complete lack of interest taken by Flybe in their customers baggage. Seems as if they’re happy to take your money but take no responsibility for the baggage that you pay them to transport for you!
    The number given for the company who handle their missing baggage is Menzies who have an 0871 number which you cannot call when outside the UK-not very helpful when you’re abroad with a missing bag- and then it turns out the call centre is in Lithuania anyway with operatives whose English accent is difficult to understand.
    At no time has any offer been made to get back to me with information about the wherabouts of the case and information about how to go about claiming if the bag is never found.
    This seems scandalous after all Flybe lost my bag not me!

  7. guy calin Reply

    If you call, expect to hang on for hours at excessive rates while you listen to Flybe propaganda

  8. andrew Reply

    Been on holiday for 2 weeks to see our friends in tauntun..after arriving back home I emptied my suit case and found a major damage…need to complaint on this..

  9. jill Reply

    Our family lost a bag while flying from Belfast to Inverness, Scotland. On August 2nd 2011. We have not received any communication from Flybe, except we would be contacted within 21 days. We have heard nothing….
    The flight # was 333 we had to pay addition $30 pounds per bag. The ticket number on his bag is xxxx. Please send me a response. This was a 50 min flight. We would like his bag back asap!
    Please respond to let me know when your company will ship the bag or send us compensation for it.
    I am disappointed in the delay of the bag return.

    • CCC - Sam Reply

      did you call the customer support? a complaint needs to be given so they can return your bag asap

  10. J TAN Reply

    I have personally emailed flybe baggage claim department at the email address: be@airlinecrm.com with a letter stating all of the situation we had to suffer after our baggages were delayed for over 4 days and have not receive a courtesy response to all our emails and requests.

    Could you kindly email me if a MANAGER for flybe can take up the case?

    Thanks,

    Dr. J Tan

      • D.F.Scott Reply

        Am flying tomorrow, Edinburgh to Birmingham and checked in on line,but there is no chance to print this as the top line on the computer is not available on the screen. Is printed proof necessaryand if so how can it be obtained?

        Help

        Frances Scott

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