Flybmi blames Brexit for collapse

Brexit has been blamed for the collapse of a British airline, which has seen flights cancelled for hundreds of shocked passengers.

British Midland Regional Limited, which operated as flybmi, announced on Saturday evening that it was filing for administration.

It is understood 1,500 passengers had been scheduled to fly with the airline on Sunday.

A total of 376 employees based in the UK, Germany, Sweden and Belgium are employed by bmi Regional.

The East Midlands-based airline had operated flights on routes to 25 European cities, including Aberdeen, Bristol, City of…
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