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2008-08-30 18:00:27

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.

2008-08-30 18:00:27

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.

2008-08-30 18:00:27

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.

2008-08-30 18:00:27

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?...

2008-08-30 09:00:46

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.

2008-08-29 18:00:30

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.

2008-08-29 18:00:30

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.

2008-08-29 18:00:30

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.

2008-08-29 18:00:30

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.

2008-08-29 03:00:38

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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