LONDON: British airline Flybe claimed Saturday (Jan 28) it experienced ceased trading and all flights had been cancelled.
“We are unhappy to announce that Flybe has been positioned into administration,” the airline tweeted.
“Flybe has now ceased buying and selling. All Flybe flights from & to the British isles are cancelled & will not be rescheduled,” it reported.
The British isles Civil Aviation Authority recommended travellers booked with Flybe not to go to the airport.
“It is constantly unfortunate to see an airline enter administration and we know that Flybe’s selection to quit investing will be distressing for all of its staff and prospects,” CAA purchaser director Paul Smith explained in a assertion.
“We urge travellers organizing to fly with this airline not to go to the airport as all Flybe flights are cancelled.”
Flybe experienced only returned to the skies in April following it crashed into bankruptcy as the coronavirus crisis erupted and destroyed a lot of the journey industry.
It operated up to 530 flights for every week on routes from Belfast, Birmingham and Heathrow to metropolitan areas across the British isles, and internationally to Amsterdam and Geneva.
Prior to it went bust, it was a leader in the United kingdom domestic flights sector.
Its property were purchased by Thyme Opco, which is connected to US hedge fund Cyrus Cash.