Collapse of Monarch Airlines
MONARCH Airlines has ceased trading and its 300,000 future bookings for flights and holidays have been cancelled, the Civil Aviation Authority has said.
The government has asked the CAA to charter more than 30 planes to bring 110,000 customers currently overseas back to the UK.
Monarch, which is the UK's fifth biggest and the country's largest ever to collapse, employs about 2,100 people and reported a £291m loss last year.
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