After the airline went bankrupt, passengers were told not to fly overnight.
Flybe warned passengers early Saturday that the airline was in control.
The airline previously went into control in March 2020 and was able to resume flights.
Flybe passengers were told not to fly overnight after the airline went bankrupt for the second time in less than three years.
Notice on Flybe website The airline has informed passengers that it is no longer trading.
“Flybe is currently on a trading halt and all Flybe-operated flights to and from the UK have been canceled and will not be rescheduled,” the notice said. “If you plan to take Flybe today or in the future, don’t go to the airport unless you have arranged another flight with another airline.”
The notice said the airline “unfortunately” cannot directly help passengers on Flybe find another flight.
However, passengers with Flybe bookings sold by intermediaries were asked to contact the relevant airline directly to make alternative arrangements. In that notice, the airline announced that a joint manager had been appointed.
BBC News reported The passenger received an email from Flybe at 03:07 local time that the flight was cancelled.
Paul Smith, Chief Consumer Officer at the British Civil Aviation Authority, said: stated in a statement on the website“While it is always sad to see airlines move into management positions, we know the decision to cease trading with Flybe will be painful for all employees and customers.”
“Since all Flybe flights have been canceled, we advise passengers planning to fly with this airline not to go to the airport. For the latest advice, Flybe customers should visit the Civil Aviation Authority website. Or, Twitter feed for more information. “
Flybe operated regional flights to several European destinations, including France and the Netherlands, as well as the UK.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Flybe Administration in March 2020. this affected people’s lives 2,400 employeesReuters reported.
Acquired by Cyrus Capital-controlled company Thyme Opco in October 2020, the airline resumed operations in April last year.
Flybe did not immediately respond to an Insider’s request for comment.
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