Scotland: airline bankruptcy leaves thousands of passengers stranded

The demise of Scottish carrier Flyglobespan leaves about 4,000 passengers stranded abroad. Around 1,300 people were due to fly tomorrow. The accounting firm brought in to take control of the failed airline, told passengers to stay at home and warned that the Civil Aviation Authority was only responsible for financially bailing out 1,000 people who have booked package holidays.Source: The Guardian; find article here>>.

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