BRITISH regional airline Flybmi has announced it has cancelled all its flights and filed for administration.
An airline blamed spokesman blamed “various difficulties”, including an increase in fuel and carbon costs, but also the “uncertainty” created by the Brexit process.
The Secretary General of the British Airline Pilots Association Brian Strutton described it as “devastating news” for the airline employees.
The East Midlands based airline operated flights to 25 European cities.
The airline advised affected passengers to contact their travel agents or insurance and credit card companies.