What to do if you are caught up in Flybe disruption

Flybe has collapsed into administration.

The airline is an important link for the Channel Islands, providing services to a number of UK airports.

Earlier on Wednesday, Flybe informed the government that it was running out of money and would not survive until the end of the month.

If an airline goes bust and you are booked through a travel agent, Which? advises contacting the agent to check if the booking is still in place - it might be that you can still fly but with a different airline

What if my service is booked through Blue Islands?

Blue Islands, a Flybe franchise partner, operates a number of Flybe's services from and to the Channel Islands.

It has told passengers booked onto Blue Islands operated services to arrive at the airport as normal.

However, passengers are urged to check before they fly as their flight numbers may have changed.

Blue Islands has announced that today (5 March 2020) it will be running additional services between Jersey and Birmingham as well as links between Exeter and Jersey and Guernsey. More information on these flights is available on their website.

Blue Islands services from 6 March 2020 onwards are expected to operate as normal.