Loganair is to take over the London Stansted route from City of Derry Airport following the collapse of flybmi.
Most of flybmi’s 376 employees have lost their jobs following the airline’s collapse, administrators have announced.
A number of airlines have expressed interest in taking over flybmi’s City of Derry to Stansted service, the airport’s operator has said.
Urgent talks are ongoing to find another airline to continue the Stansted route from City of Derry Airport following the collapse of flybmi.
Regional airline Loganair has said it will take over some services provided by flybmi before it announced it was filing for administration.
Hundreds of passengers have been left scrambling to reorganise cancelled flights after the collapse of flybmi.
The news of flybmi’s collapse is a cause of major concern for a father living along the Irish border who used the airline frequently for work.
The City of Derry airport said it is “reviewing options” to resume a route to Stansted after airline flybmi announced it has suspended flights and is filing for administration.
All flybmi flights to and from Aberdeen have been cancelled after the airline filed for administration.
Airline flybmi has suspended flights and is filing for administration, blaming uncertainty around Brexit.