Flybe flights have been canceled after the UK carrier ceased trading


British carrier FlyBe said on Saturday that British carrier FlyBe had “stopped trading” and canceled all scheduled flights.

Flybe, which operated scheduled services from Belfast City, Birmingham and Heathrow to airports via United kingdom The Civil Aviation Authority wrote in a statement.

CAA Consumer Director Paul Smith was quoted as saying “Passengers planning to travel with this airline are urged not to go to the airport as all Flybe flights have been cancelled.”

In a statement posted on social media, Flybe warned that canceled flights “will not be rescheduled”.

According to the statement, the company has been put into administration.

The Exeter-based budget airline was founded in 1979 and was at one time the largest independent regional airline in Europe, carrying 8 million passengers a year and operating more than 200 routes.

The airline had been struggling ahead of Saturday’s announcement. flybee collapsed On the coronavirus pandemic as the outbreak has sent the entire global aviation industry into crisis. She was rescued in 2021 after the administrators agreed to a deal with Thyme Opco.

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