The weekend news in the UK picked over the demise of British Midland Regional Limited, the East Midlands-based airline operating as flybmi that entered administration on February 16. Although a small regional airline – Flybmi operates 17 regional jet aircraft on routes to 25 European cities – the demise of a further European airline that blamed high fuel costs and Brexit for its ultimate end filled column inches about the fragility of the industry and this morning more again with passengers stranded abroad. In a statement, flybmi announced its entrance into administration due to several difficulties, namely: “recent spikes in
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