Gatwick Airports has advised Monarch passengers if they are due to depart from a UK airport with Monarch Airlines today or in the future to not travel to the airport as your flight will not be operating.
The advice for customers already abroad due to return to the UK on or before 15th October 2017 is that arrangements are being made for them to return home to the UK on a new flight, at the end of your holiday. These new flights will be at no extra cost.
The airport says its an unprecedented situation and because there are up to 110,000 passengers abroad, the UK Government has asked the CAA to coordinate flights back to the UK for all Monarch customers currently overseas.
The following companies have ceased trading:
Monarch Holidays Ltd (ATOL Number 2275)
First Aviation Ltd (ATOL Number 4888) previously trading as Monarch
AirlinesAvro Ltd (ATOL Number 1939)
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