Flybe has declined to comment on media reports that the airline is in crisis talks in an attempt to put together a rescue deal.
According to Sky News, Flybe, which has already been bailed out once, has been struggling to secure fresh finance.
All of the airline's flights are currently operating as normal.
It said it was focusing on "providing great service and connectivity for our customers, to ensure that they can continue to travel as planned".
Flybe, the UK's biggest regional carrier, added: "We don't comment on rumour or speculation."
HT-ETNW wrote:Will it be easier for Flybe to receive any subsidies from next month on, i.e. post-Brexit ? Those strict EU-regulations on subsidies no longer should apply then, right ?
The government has agreed a rescue plan for troubled regional airline Flybe.
Ministers agreed to work with Flybe to figure out a repayment plan for a significant tax debt that is thought to top £100m.
Meanwhile, the firm's owners have agreed to pump more money into the loss-making airline.
paul mcallister wrote:IMHO the government should not be helping Flybe, Virgin and Stobart bought the airline for next to nothing (£2.8 million) and by all accounts have done little with it.
I really don`t think the UK government should be getting involved in this at all.