British airline Flybe has “ceased trading” and canceled all scheduled flights, the corporate and the British Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) mentioned on Saturday.
“Flybe, which operated scheduled providers from Belfast City, Birmingham and Heathrow to airports throughout the United Kingdom and to Amsterdam and Geneva, has ceased trading,” the CAA wrote in an announcement.
“We urge passengers planning to fly with this airline to not go to the airport as all Flybe flights are canceled,” shopper director for CAA Paul Smith was quoted saying.
In an announcement posted to social media Flybe warned that canceled flights “won’t be rescheduled.”
The firm has been positioned into administration, in keeping with the assertion.
The Exeter-based funds service was based in 1979 and at one level was Europe’s largest unbiased regional airline, carrying 8 million passengers a 12 months and working greater than 200 routes.
The airline had been struggling earlier than Saturday’s announcement. Flybe collapsed over the coronavirus pandemic because the outbreak tipped the complete world airline business into disaster. It was rescued in 2021 after directors agreed on a cope with firm Thyme Opco.