Earlier this month dozens of young ice skaters from Nottingham feared they wouldn't be able compete in a major international competition after the airline Monarch went bust.
They'd only booked their flights a week before, and lost thousands of pounds but thanks to donations from the public, they're back in the game, and headed for the heat of Southern Spain to battle it out on the ice.
After Monarch Airlines collapsed, the club say their £20,000 trip is unlikely to go ahead and the chance of a refund for parents is slim.Read the full story ›
Around 400 employees of Monarch Airlines based in Birmingham will lose their jobs after the firm served staff with redundancy notices.Read the full story ›
The mum of Harry Moseley has her holiday cancelled, which was booked for the sixth anniversary of her son's death.Read the full story ›
Birmingham Airport has released some key information about the administration of Monarch, and how it will impact the airport.Read the full story ›
All Monarch Airline flights from Birmingham Airport have been cancelled after the airline went into administration.Read the full story ›
The airline's demise comes with 110,000 customers overseas and affects 300,000 with future bookings.Read the full story ›
Monarch Airlines has ceased trading with immediate effect, meaning all flights from the UK have been cancelled and will not be rescheduled.Read the full story ›
Birmingham flight to Turkey makes emergency landing after disorder breaks out on flightRead the full story ›
A new hangar has been officially opened at Birmingham Airport by Monarch airline.
The giant 110,000 square-foot facility is capable of housing up to 10 narrow body aircraft, and is the only hangar in the UK capable of maintaining the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.