Flybmi has left several of travelers stranded all through Europe after the British provincial airline abruptly stopped operations without warning after going bankrupt.
British Midland Regional Limited, the airline that operates as Flybmi, made the declaration Saturday in the wake of filing for administration (the British adaptation of bankruptcy) because of inflated fuel expenses and vulnerability over Britain’s takeoff from the European Union.
“It is with a heavy heart that we have made this unavoidable announcement,” the airline said on its website late Saturday. “We sincerely regret that this course of action has become the only option open to us, but the challenges, particularly those created by Brexit, have proven to be insurmountable.”
The announcement of the sudden shutdown left travelers who’d officially paid for flights to fend for themselves with little notice and no refund. In fact, Flybmi told passengers, “DO NOT TRAVEL TO THE AIRPORT.”
“All Customers due to travel with the Company will need to rebook flights with an alternative airline,” Flybmi noted on their website, adding that they are “unable to arrange or reschedule any flights for you.”
Richard Edwards learned that his family’s flight from Bristol to Munich on Flybmi was “cancelled with no explanation after we had gone through security.”
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