Eastern Airways is to offer three new routes, formerly operated by Flybe.
Aberdeen-Birmingham, Southampton-Manchester and Southampton-Newcastle flights will all commence next week with the schedule released for sale imminently.
This complements the network of seven scheduled routes from Teesside International Airport to Alicante, Belfast City, Cardiff, Dublin, Isle of Man, London City, Southampton, as well as its existing Aberdeen service.
Tony Burgess, Managing Director of Eastern Airways, said: “We do extend sympathy to all Flybe staff and their families following the sad news that Flybe has ceased trading.
“As a former franchise partner of Flybe, this will not impact on any flights and routes operated by Eastern Airways. Revised booking facilities on Eastern Airways services will be advised on EasternAirways.com, which includes the quick recovery on Aberdeen-Birmingham, Southampton-Manchester and Southampton-Newcastle routes.
“Eastern Airways remains fully committed to providing regional connectivity with business links to capital cities and industrial centres.”
Formed in 1997, the airline operates a network of routes from airports including Aberdeen, Alicante, Anglesey, Belfast City, Cardiff, Dublin, Humberside, Leeds Bradford, London City, Newcastle, Southampton and Wick John O’Groats.