4 May, 2012 @ 12:37
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Travel chaos for airline customers in Spain

BRITISH holidaymakers and expats are set to suffer more flight misery this summer with Bmibaby due to close down.

The low-cost airline will end some services next month before folding completely in September, according to parent company IAG.

Flights from Belfast to Malaga, Alicante and Murcia will end on June 11, while all other routes operated by the carrier – including Almeria, Gibraltar and Malaga – will officially end on September 9.

The airline’s website states that all passengers affected by the closure will be re-booked onto an alternative service where possible or given a full refund.

James Bryce

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