UK airline passengers could be better protected if their airline collapses under proposals set out following a review of airline insolvency commissioned by the Department for Transport in the wake of Monarch Airlines’ 2017 collapse. The failures of XL Airways in 2008 and Monarch both led to the government asking the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to intervene to bring stranded passengers home, the Department for Transport said as the May 9 final report was released. The report ...

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