Simple question as regards Flybe problems and potential futures rescues/bailouts (yet again...) Flybe were rescued /bailed out last year with huge investment and a big turnaround plan that apparently isn't working. Do forum users think that Flybe/the 3 invertors took rail improvements into account (including ones soon to be delivered that are in the pipeline) when assessing their turnaround plan and as part of the cause of some problems? E.g GWR IET introduction (capacity boost) and and December 2019 Timetable change. (some of Flybe's Exeter + Newquay routes) - the pendulum swinging the other way from the Dawlish seawall line closure... E.g. Manchester - Scotland improvements (Bolton corridor electrification and 350s/397s) affecting Flybe's Manchester - Edinburgh route E.g. ECML capacity and frequency improvements and new trains (Flybe's East Midlands Airport - Scotland routes E.g. Numerous Scottish rail improvements (electrification, new longer trains) so the overall competitiveness of rail has got better.