The UK Department for Transport has released the Airline Insolvency Review final report, which makes recommendations for consumer protection in the event of an airline or travel company failure. The Transport Secretary Chris Grayling commissioned the review following the collapse of Monarch Airlines in October 2017, when 85,000 passengers were repatriated – in the UK’s largest peacetime repatriation operation – by the Civil Aviation Authority. The past decade has seen two of the largest airline failures in UK history, with the collapse of XL Airways and Monarch Airlines. In both situations, the government of the day took a decision to
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