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Another airline collapses

Passengers stranded as airline goes under.


Budget airline, Primera Air began offering low-cost flights from UK airports earlier this year.


Flights from Manchester to Malaga were due to start later this month.


The Danish-registered airline - which started in 2003 - is not part of the Civil Aviation Authority's ATOL Protection scheme.


The regulator has advised passengers who have travelled on an outward Primera flight they will need to make their own arrangements to return to the UK.


People who had booked directly with the airline on future flights will not be covered either.


The airline said it had failed to secure long-term financing, meaning it had "no choice" but to file for bankruptcy.


Booking your tours with Holiday Heat means that our passengers are covered under our ATOL protection should anything like this happen.


So you can book with peace of mind that you will be protected, not left stranded and we will get you on alternative flights, just as we did when Monarch Airlines collapsed.

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