British airline Flybe, the largest regional airline in Europe went bankrupt because they could not cope with the decrease in passenger traffic due to the coronavirus. It is reported by NV Business.
Flybe has announced the departure under external management, which will provide audit and consulting company EY.
The company urged passengers who did not confirm the flight change Flybe flight on another airline to arrive at the airport.
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The carrier operates flights between 85 destinations in Europe and performed 40% of domestic flights in Britain.
Flybe annual passenger traffic amounted to about 9 million people.
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