Full Winners List Revealed – ‘100 Most Influential Women 2018’

We are delighted to confirm that the votes are in and that the winners of ‘100 Most Influential Women 2018’ in the Greater Exeter area are named below. With around 500 nominations our panel had a tough task. A big congratulations to all who were nominated and to the 100 winners. If you would like to join us to celebrate with the 100 women on the 12th of February 2018 please book on the link below:   WINNERS LIST A AJ Courtenay – Powderham Castle Alex Penn – University of Exeter Alice Bryan – Trinity Mirror Alison Hernandez – Devon […]

Flybe Launches ‘One Million Seat Sale’ – Don’t miss out!

  Up to 20% off selected flights Includes many operated by Flybe’s franchise partners Blue Islands and Stobart Air Limited for booking 4th January – 10th January 2018 Effective for ravel 30th January – 11th July 2018 Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has today launched its January Sale with up to 20% off of one million seats on selected routes across the UK and Europe including routes operated by Flybe’s Franchise partners Blue Islands and Stobart Air. Bookings can be made from today (Thursday 4th January) through to midnight on Wednesday 10th January, 2018 at www.flybe.com effective for travel between 30th […]

Aston Manor Cider Reaction to Autumn Budget

Aston Manor Cider Statement: “We will look at the detail, though notwithstanding the challenge of framing legislation to make it happen, this idea has no merit. “We would remind the Chancellor that ‘white cider’ represents around 0.27% of total alcohol and is in long-term decline. And whilst all products are capable of being misused, the vast majority of ‘white cider’ is enjoyed by people on low incomes without issue. “On the issue of alcohol misuse then the frontline professionals supporting people in crisis reject the targeting of specific products as it merely displaces misuse and might even make matters worse. […]

BREAKING NEWS – Flybe Autumn Budget Response

FLYBE DISAPPOINTMENT THAT ‘DAMAGING’ AIR PASSENGER DUTY NOT LOWERED IN BUDGET Flybe budget response: Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, is disappointed that the Chancellor has once again missed the opportunity to lower Air Passenger Duty. The UK’s APD is among the highest in the world and it is a highly damaging tax which penalises domestic travellers. Reducing APD and supporting domestic aviation would have been in line with the Government’s stated aim of spreading economic growth more evenly across the UK – this is sadly another missed opportunity to act.

Climate Change Already Damaging Health Of Millions – University of Exeter

Climate change is already a significant public health issue and a looming global health emergency, new research shows. The findings, outlined in The Lancet medical journal, demonstrate the various ways climate change is already affecting the health of people across the planet. Leading doctors, academics and policy professionals from 24 organisations – including the University of Exeter – worked on the report. “Human health is vulnerable to climate change and associated changes in air quality,” said Professor Peter Cox, from the University of Exeter. “This vulnerability is exacerbated by economic inequalities and ageing populations. “Action to halt climate change is a […]


Leading regional airline attracts top airline executive to join senior management team. Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, is pleased to announce that Roy Kinnear who is currently CEO of Air Seychelles will be joining the company as its new Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) with effect from January 2018. In his new role, he will report directly to Flybe’s CEO and be a member of Flybe’s Executive Committee. He will have overall responsibility for heading up the airline’s commercial activities with its Revenue Management, Network, Scheduling, Ancillary, Sales, Marketing, e-commerce, Customer Care and Loyalty teams all reporting to him. Mr Kinnear possesses […]

BREAKING NEWS – Flybe Forced to Cancel 170 Flights – Storm Ophelia

Announcement from Flybe Press Office at 19:05hrs today 16th Oct 2017: As a result of adverse and resultant atmospheric weather conditions impacting normal operations due to Storm Ophelia today, Flybe has been forced to cancel some 170 flights, the full list of which is available at www.flybe.com/flight-info This included all flights to and from Belfast City Airport, Scotland and the Channel Islands and the majority of its flights to and from Southampton this afternoon and evening. The safety of its passengers and crew is Flybe’s number one priority and the airline will, as always, do everything possible to minimise any […]