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Airline Flybmi enters administration with all flights grounded immediately

Blackmore Vale Saturday, 16 February 2019
Airline Flybmi enters administration with all flights grounded immediatelyIt cited Brexit as one of its major reasons for the "unavoidable announcement".
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Flights have been cancelled and hundreds of passengers left stranded after the collapse of British airline flybmi. British Midland Regional Limited announced on Saturday evening that it was filing for administration. City of Derry Airport in Northern Ireland is now urgently seeking a new airline to...

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