Flybe has come into difficulties today after a multi-million pound loan was rejected by the government. Tonight, there have been reports disruptions to flights at a UK airport today which lead to cancellations. What will this mean for you?
What should you do if your flights are cancelled?
Many holidaymakers are sure to be affected if the carrier collapses.
Flybe executives told the government 88 of its 120 routes are not flown by any other airline.
If a collapse were to happen, it is likely it’s current routes would no longer be in service.
The general airline advice on the website asks passengers to check the website for more information regarding delayed or cancelled flights.
Flybe have refused to give comment to Express.co.uk on the matter.
According to the BBC, the company is “set to collapse within hours” following the rough financial period.
The potential collapse could be in part due to a low number of bookings that have been caused by coronavirus.
The spread of the virus has resulted in many airlines having to cancel or adjust their flights.
Both British Airways and RyanAir announced they would have a reduced number of flights setting off this month.