flybe. (Birmingham, GB) has announced in a notice on its website published in the early hours of January 28, 2023 that it has "ceased trading" and that all flights operated "have been cancelled and will not be rescheduled. The notice further says that the High Court has appointed David Pike and Mike Pink as Joint Administrators advising passengers to contact the Civil Aviation Authority for further news.

ch-aviation fleets data shows that using a fleet of nine Dash 8-400s on dry-lease from Aergo Capital (one) and Nordic Aviation Capital (eight), it operated scheduled services out of two bases at Belfast City and Birmingham airports.

From Belfast it operated to Amsterdam Schiphol, Birmingham, Nottingham East Midlands, Edinburgh, Leeds/Bradford, London Heathrow, Manchester International and Newcastle, GB. From Birmingham, flybe. served Amsterdam, Belfast City, Edinburgh, Geneva, and Glasgow International. In addition, the regional carrier linked Amsterdam with East Midlands and Heathrow with Newcastle and Newquay, and Manchester with Newquay. The only routes to remain unserved following the suspension of operations are Amsterdam-East Midlands, Belfast City-East Midlands, Belfast City-Newcastle, London Heathrow-Newquay, and Manchester-Newquay, according to ch-aviation schedules data. The airline had a market share of 18.95% out of Belfast City and just 3.83% out of Birmingham by scheduled seat capacity at the time it ceased flight operations.

Having just relaunched operations less than one year ago on April 13, 2022, this is the second iteration of flybe. entering administration after the collapse of flybe. (2002) on March 4, 2020.

Investment adviser Cyrus Capital Partners acquired the assets of the original flybe. in April 2021, then planning to resume operations in summer 2021. Flybe Limited has yet to file any financial statements with the UK's Companies House for the 2021 and 2022 financial years.