The U.K. airline Flybe abruptly ceased functions Thursday as the market grapples with the impacts of the coronavirus.

“All Flybe flights are cancelled. Make sure you do not go to the airport as your Flybe flight will not be working,” the U.K. Civil Aviation Authority said in a statement.

The firm is the major domestic airline in the U.K. with a community that included a lot more than 50 percent domestic flights outside the house of London.

Airlines which include Megabus and British Airways have supplied specific fares to passengers stranded at airports.

In February of 2019, Flybe was bought by a consortium of buyers made up of Virgin Atlantic, Stobart Team, and Cyrus Capital. The group promised to invest in the airline to stabilize its funds.

The U.K. Departments for Transport, the Treasury, and the Section for Business, Vitality, and Industrial Tactic experienced been in conversations with the firm around the challenges it faced. Flybe also struggled as the British pound weakened amid Brexit uncertainty. The U.K. governing administration experienced agreed to a rescue offer with Flybe in January expressing it was critical to manage connections for its shoppers.

“We are also urgently working with market to establish how important routes can be re-established by other airlines as soon as achievable,” U.K. Transport Minister Grant Shapps said.

Airlines have been imposing using the services of freezes and asking employees to just take unpaid depart as need has been hurt by virus fears. January noticed the slowest regular monthly year-around-year progress due to the fact April 2010, according to the Intercontinental Air Transport Affiliation.

Airline Thomas Cook dinner declared bankruptcy in September.

“This is a unhappy day for U.K. aviation and we know that Flybe’s decision to quit buying and selling will be pretty distressing for all of its employees and shoppers,” U.K. Civil Aviation Authority main government officer Richard Moriarty said.

British Airways, easyJet, Virgin Atlantic, Lufthansa, Norwegian Air, and United Airlines are among the airlines warning on the influence of the coronavirus.

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