British airline Flybe suspended deals on Saturday and said all flights had been cancelled.
“We regret to announce that Flybe has come under management,” the airline said in a Twitter post.
Flybe is no longer in business.
All Flybe flights to and from the UK have been canceled and will not be rescheduled,” he said.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority has advised passengers who have booked tickets through Flybe not to travel to the airport.
It is always sad to see airlines going bankrupt and we know that Flybe’s decision to suspend transactions will be in the best interest of all of our employees and customers,” CAA Director of Consumer Affairs Paul Smith said in a statement.
All Flybe flights have been cancelled, so we are flying with the airline to avoid going to the airport.
Flybe only returned to the air in April, after the coronavirus crisis hit and wiped out much of the travel market.
It operates up to 530 flights a week from Belfast, Birmingham and Heathrow to UK cities and internationally to Amsterdam and Geneva.
Prior to bankruptcy, he was the leader of the domestic aviation industry in the UK.
The assets were acquired by Time Opco, which is linked to US hedge fund Cyrus Capital.