Leeds Bradford Airport's advice to anyone who booked with collapsed airline
LEEDS Bradford Airport has issued advice to any passengers who were due to travel with an airline which has gone into administration.
Regional carrier Flybe has ceased trading and all scheduled flights have been cancelled, authorities have said.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) made the announcement the company had gone into administration and urged those with booked Flybe flights not to travel to airports.
Leeds Bradford Airport urged people who have booked to travel with Flybe today or in the future not to go to the Yeadon airport.
Leeds Bradford Airport posted on its Facebook page this morning: “Following the news that Flybe has ceased trading, all flights from Leeds Bradford Airport to Belfast have been cancelled.
“Therefore, if you are due to travel with Flybe today or in the future, please to do not go to the airport. Alternative flight arrangements can be made here: leedsbradfordairport.co.uk/flights/destinations”