Customers are still in the dark over the future of Flybe as the airline remains in rescue talks with the government.

The boss of the regional airline has told its staff the company is operating as normal.

But the government is considering measures to save Flybe from collapse, including possibly deferring its air passenger duty bill.

Flybe customers have told the BBC they do not know how to proceed.

‘Another problem looming’

Robert McIntyre is unable to drive long distances because he is an amputee.

He booked flights between Aberdeen and Exeter to see his daughter for the anniversary of the death of her partner Lily, who was a keen rugby player.

As well as a memorial service, a rugby match is taking place in her memory.

But if Flybe collapses, Robert

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