A whole lot of passengers have been stranded by the abrupt collapse of the British regional airline Flybmi.
The airline stated it’s submitting for administration — a British model of bankruptcy — because of larger gasoline prices and uncertainty brought on by Britain’s upcoming departure from the European Union.
The airline operated 17 jets on routes to 25 European cities. It employed 376 individuals in Britain, Germany, Sweden and Belgium.
The airline stated all flights might be cancelled and advised passengers to hunt refunds from credit card issuers, journey brokers or journey insurance corporations.
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Thanking staff for their dedication, the airline stated “it is with a heavy coronary heart that we’ve got made this unavoidable announcement.”
Flybmi says it carried 522,000 passengers on 29,000 flights final yr.