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2008-09-25 15:00:37

UP TO 20,000 Scots tourists have been hit by the collapse of a second travel firm in as many weeks. Some 2500 holidaymakers abroad and about 18,000 who have made advance bookings have been affected after budget package holiday firm Seguro Holidays stopped trading. The firm's main base is at Prestwick Airport in Ayrshire . The announcement follows the suspension on August 28 of all operations of transatlantic budget carrier Zoom Airlines . All Seguro customers abroad will be able to...

2008-09-17 15:00:25

XL is just the latest in a string of air firms to go bust. The first casualty was budget airline Zoom when it went bust with multi-million pound debts just hours after one of its planes was grounded at Glasgow and another in Canada for non-payment of bills. The owners were millionaire brothers Hugh and John Boyle from Hamilton who blamed "horrendous increases" in fuel prices. The collapse of the TransAtantic carrier left 900 passengers stranded at airports in Canada and Britain...

2008-09-11 15:00:26

By WILLIAM TINNING UP to 20,000 Scots tourists have been hit after the second travel firm in as many weeks collapsed. Some 2500 holidaymakers abroad and about 18,000 who have made advance bookings have been affected after budget package holiday firm Seguro Holidays, which has its main base at Prestwick Airport in Ayrshire, announced yesterday that it had stopped trading. The announcement follows the suspension on August 28 of all operations of transatlantic budget carrier Zoom Airlines,...


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