Terror, Brexit, strikes: How Monarch chief fought to bring airline out of a tailspin



The boss of Monarch Airlines, Andrew Swaffield, has a crucial message. ‘We are not going to go bust.’ He is speaking out in the wake of the drama that threatened to ground the airline as it battled to renew its operating licence.
Monarch, which carries nearly 6 million people to the sun every year, almost had its wings clipped after struggling to show the Civil Aviation Authority it had sufficient funds to qualify for its Air Travel Organisers’ Licence by the September 30 deadline.
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15 October 2016 in Business, Views: 60
Source: Daily Mail
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