This section contains information related to Flyglobespan, flight code B4, a low-cost carrier original type.
"Flyglobespan is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Globespan Group Plc a company established in 1974.
The airline commenced its first flight in April 2002 and now operates 11 aircraft to a wide range of
destinations within Europe and the USA. Bases are located in Edinburgh and Glasgow and a new base at
London Stansted commenced operation in early November 2005. Flyglobespan has a young fleet of modern
aircraft, recent additions being the Boeing 737-800ís which commenced service in April 2005. A wide
bodied Boeing 767-300 with 3 classes of service is the very latest addition to the fleet, for the
purpose to operate on long haul destinations, including the USA. Flyglobespan was the first UK airline
to install winglets to the wings of its 737-800's enabling a faster rate of climb and resulting in
greater fuel efficiency. New and nearly-new aircraft offer many advantages. It enables Flyglobespan
to save on operating costs and increase competitiveness, as well as making an effective contribution
to environmental protection."
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Flyglobespan is a 100 percent subsidiary of the 'Globespan Group Plc'.
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