Cardiff Airport's CEO, Deb Barber, said:
“We understand Flybe is in the process of consulting with a number of its employees, including its crew at multiple bases across its network, which includes Cardiff.
“Flybe’s plan to restructure and reduce its jet operations across many bases is part of the company’s long-standing objective to stabilise the business. This is a further sign to UK Government that more needs to be done to support regional flying; the uncertainty of BREXIT, currency and fuel costs are all impacting on the industry. Air Passenger Duty (APD) presents an additional cost burden, especially with the ‘double hit’ on domestic services which make up the majority of the Flybe network.
“We are working closely with Flybe to ascertain its plans moving forward and the role it will continue to have in connecting Cardiff with key routes in the UK and Europe.
"Flybe will continue to offer flights to and from both Cardiff on Q400 with aircraft and crew flying from other bases.
"The winter programme will be launched shortly, but in the meantime, we would reassure passengers that the summer schedule is underway and operating as normal.
“If passengers have any queries, they should contact Flybe in the first instance.”