Monarch hopes to clinch a £160m life line as deadline set by regulators looms



Budget airline Monarch is hoping to clinch a £160million life line ahead of a Wednesday deadline set by regulators.
The Civil Aviation Authority wants to see the business is properly funded after extending its Atol licence to this week.
The CAA oversees the Atol protection scheme designed to protect the money of holiday makers.
Investment fund Greybull bought Monarch two years ago but trading has been tough due to fierce competition, terrorist attacks and striking air traffic controllers.
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9 October 2016 in Business, Views: 59
Source: Daily Mail
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