The UK government has announced the terms of reference of an official review into airline industry failures. It will include looking at ways of allowing an airline facing terminal financial problems to wind down its flight operations gradually, rather than collapsing suddenly. The review was triggered following the failure in October 2017 of UK leisure carrier Monarch Airlines, the largest UK airline ever to go under; an operation run by the UK regulator, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), ...

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