mainly due to the Brexits has logged in, the British Regional airline Flybmi insolvency. All the flights were cancelled with immediate effect as the Airline announced on Saturday evening on their website. She has been offered with 17 machines flights to more than 20 European destinations. Also concerned are the German airports: Flybmi flew to Frankfurt, Hamburg, Düsseldorf, München, Nürnberg, Saarbrücken, Germany and Rostock-Laage. In addition, the British flights ("code-share split") with Lufthansa.
"is cited, The challenges, and in particular by the Brexit, proved to be insurmountable," a company spokesman in the statement. Customers were asked to contact for the refund of the ticket price to your credit card providers, travel agencies or airline partner of Flybmi.
The Airline completed act in the past year to 29,000 flights with 522.000 pass. In total, they employed 376 employees in the UK, Germany, Sweden and Belgium.
For the decision, according to Flybmi are several reasons for this, including General difficulties in the sector, but also for the end of March, the planned withdrawal of Britain from the European Union. The continuing uncertainty meant that the Airline had escaped with valuable contracts. Problems also higher kerosene prepared prices, to the partial exclusion of British Airlines from the emissions trading are due by the EU.daily mirror tomorrow location for Free order
The passengers were surprised by the setting of the flights. A family had happened in the southwest English Airport is Bristol the safety checks, when they learned that her flight was cancelled to Munich. "Great way to Start the holidays," tweeted the father of a family. An engineer had been booked for professional reasons, 14 flights in the next six weeks, between the Northern Irish city of Londonderry and London Stansted, told the news Agency PA, he was the first to life the feeling of being "in the Brexit-country".More about
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a number of passengers stretching mistook Flybmi with the airline Flybe. "Flybe has nothing to do with Flybmi," tweeted the British low-cost airline Flybe. Their flights were not affected. (dpa)