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By David James CARDIFF International Airport was today starting a search for a replacement airline to operate flights to the Americas after budget operator Zoom collapsed.
PASSENGERS yesterday scrambled to get tickets for alternative flights following the collapse of transatlantic budget airline Zoom. Some were forced to pay thousands of pounds for new flights.
By Lucy Christie; Scottish Press Association Hundreds of travellers left stranded following the collapse of low-fare airline Zoom have been attempting to make their way home. The UK and Canada-based firm grounded flights on Thursday as they prepared to go into administration.
The collapse of transatlantic low-fare airline Zoom raises questions about customer compensation and the financial viability of airlines Question: Do all passengers who have paid for tickets for future Zoom flights get their money back? Answer: Possibly not Q: Who comes out best? A: Those who booked a Zoom flight as part of a package holiday are almost certain to be covered by the Civil Aviation Authority's (CAA) Air Travel Organisers' Licensing (ATOL) system Q: How does that work?...
By Michael Savage Hundreds of passengers stranded in airports from Gatwick to San Diego were trying to find a way home yesterday after the collapse of the transatlantic budget airline Zoom.
By Lucy Christie HUNDREDS of travellers left stranded by the collapse of lowfare airline Zoom were trying to make their way home today. The UK and Canada-based firm grounded all flights last night as it prepared to go into administration.
By VICTORIA MURPHY HUNDREDS of passengers were left stranded last night amid fears a low-fare airline had gone bust. Zoom grounded flights at 6pm leaving travellers at Belfast International Airport worrying how they were going to get home.
By MARK SMITH HUNDREDS of air passengers' travel plans were in ruins last night following a low-cost airline's suspension of all its flights over unpaid debts.
Low-fare transatlantic airline Zoom, which flew from five UK airports, last night suspended all operations and cancelled all flights after running into financial difficulties.
By John Ferguson HUNDREDS of holidaymakers were stranded last night after a Scotsowned airline collapsed. The failure of Zoom - who employ 250 people in the UK and 450 in Canada - came after two planes were impounded in Glasgow and Calgary over unpaid bills.
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