No he means BE. The company has not held the JY designator code for quite a few years now, in fact since the company re-branded as British European which as well all know has subsequently become flybe.com.
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flyBE have had a 737 based at Exeter since the beginning of the 2005 summer season - still there through the winter operating schedules to Mediterranean destinations (e.g today, to/from Faro, tomorrow to/from Malaga)
flyBE 737 flights are operated by Astraeus aircraft
Bwaflyer From United Kingdom, joined Jun 2004, 675 posts, RR: 0 Reply 8, posted (7 years 4 months 5 days 22 hours ago) and read 1186 times:
Three 737's (G-STRA, G-STRE, and S-STRI) are based at BHX (2) and EXT (1). The aircraft are AEU aircraft operated by Astraeus with AEU flight deck crews, operational control and maintenance support. This winter they have been operating W pattern flights through NWI. Now and again you'll see AEU cabin crew working along side the Flybe cabin crew as we complete line checks on them as they are trained to our operating procedures.