Monday, 2 October 2017

Monarch Airlines ceases trading with immediate effect

MONARCH Airlines, the largest ever airline to enter administration, has ceased trading with immediate effect, leaving 110,000 customers overseas and in the region of 300,000 future bookings cancelled.
The Government has asked CAA to charter more than 30 aircraft to bring back to the UK #Monarch #Airlines customers currently overseas and has warned Monarch customers in the UK and yet to travel: don't go to the airport. There will be no more Monarch flights.

Advice for Monarch customers abroad is that everyone due to fly in the next fortnight will be brought back to the UK at no cost to them. There is no need to cut short your stay but all affected customers should check new website for more information.

All future Monarch Airlines bookings, including flights and holidays, have now been cancelled following a decision by the company's board to cease trading.

Due to the unprecedented number of UK consumers currently overseas who are affected by this airline administration, the CAA and Government are securing a fleet of more than 30 aircraft, flying to more than 30 airports, to bring 110,000 people back to the UK at no cost to them. This is the equivalent of operating, at very short notice, one of the UK's largest airlines.

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