Mass repatriation of Britons off to a good start after Monarch collapse



Nearly 12,000 passengers were flown back to the UK on Monday, less than 24 hours after the 50-year-old company went bust.
Thousands are being repatriated following the collapse of travel firm Monarch, which has left nearly 2,000 employees out of a job.
Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) chief executive Andrew Haines said the "mammoth operation" has "got off to a good start".
While those already abroad await news of alternative flights home, a further three-quarters of a million people who held future bookings with the firm have had their travel plans cancelled.
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3 October 2017 in World News, Views: 53
Source: Daily Post
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