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Coffee 8:45 Mon Oct 2
Monarch gone
Monarch Airlines is in administration.

A great shame, as it's been part of the UK's aviation tapestry for a long time. It's been teetering on the brink for some time, though.

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Pee Wee 1:21 Mon Oct 2
Re: Monarch gone
Got to feel sorry for Prince Charles waking up to headlines of 'Monarch is no more' only to find out it's a poxy airline.

Swiss. 1:13 Mon Oct 2
Re: Monarch gone
Ah the memories. Playas de americas here we come. Eventually after 5 hour delay.

Northern Sold 11:48 Mon Oct 2
Re: Monarch gone
Awful airline...

stewey 11:06 Mon Oct 2
Re: Monarch gone
We had flight only so would have been well and truly fucked

w4hammer 11:02 Mon Oct 2
Re: Monarch gone
fuck them and the PE guys that will lose their shirts. Been a basket case for years

Johnson 10:58 Mon Oct 2
Re: Monarch gone
That's Ryanair's pilot crisis solved then.

franksfat&slow&wank 10:47 Mon Oct 2
Re: Monarch gone
owe my company 215k :(

stewey 10:38 Mon Oct 2
Re: Monarch gone
Flew in at 2am sunday on them ,bit of a touch really

PwoperNaughtyButNot 9:10 Mon Oct 2
Re: Monarch gone
Flew with them once, worst flying experience I've had including emergency landing in Grenada with no passenger briefing whatsoever and everyone wandering aimlessly around a tiny airport in grednada with no idea what was going on....for about 6 hours

13 Brentford Rd 8:56 Mon Oct 2
Re: Monarch gone
Was the original Budget airline when I was young.

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