Passengers warned as low-cost airline collapses

Nordic low-cost airline Primera Air has ceased all operations and is expected to go into administration.
Stansted said travellers due to fly with the airline should not travel to the airport, from which Primera operated flights to Spain and the US.
Stansted told the company it would seize one aircraft, which was already on the ground and was not due to fly on Monday, because of unpaid bills.Birmingham Airport referred customers to the Civil Aviation Authority advice, which urged those expecting return flights to the UK with the operator to make fresh arrangements home.Primera, which has operated for 15 years, began offering flights for €99 across the Atlantic from Stansted to New York, Boston, Washington, and Toronto this year.
Passengers warned as low-cost airline collapses

Primera Air announced the end of operations on its website
In a leaked email sent to news organisations, including Sky News, Primera's director of operations Anders Ludvigson, said the airline would file for bankruptcy on 2 October and stranded crews would be found accommodation.The airline was forced to cancel flights from Birmingham to America because of a delayed aircraft.It later decided to end operations from Birmingham altogether, leaving many people out of pocket for their purchased tickets.On its website, Primera said: "Airline Primera Air and IATA codes PF and 6F have been suspended as of today, October 2nd, 2018."
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