British airline flybmi is filing for administration – all flights cancelled with immediate effect
British Midland Regional Limited, the East Midlands-based airline which operates as flybmi, has today announced that it has ceased operations and is filing for administration.
ALL FLIGHTS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT BOTH FROM AND TO THE UK AND WITHIN EUROPE.
All flights have been cancelled with effect from today. Customers who booked directly with flybmi should contact their payment card issuer to obtain a refund for flights which have not yet taken place.
Customers who have booked flybmi flights via a travel agent or one of flybmi’s codeshare partner airlines are recommended to contact their agent or airline for details of options available to them.
Customers who have travel insurance should contact their travel insurance provider to find out if they are eligible to claim for cancelled flights and the procedure for doing so.
Flybmi operates 17 regional jet aircraft on routes to 25 European cities.
Bmi Regional employed a total of 376 employees based in the UK, Germany, Sweden and Belgium.
The Company is no longer able to operate any flights to and from the UK and within Europe.
All Customers due to travel with the Company will need to rebook flights with an alternative airline.
The Company is unable to arrange or reschedule any flights.