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13,000 stranded after French airline collapses: official

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Some 13,000 passengers, mainly booked on flights to and from Algeria, are still stranded after France's second-largest airline Aigle Azur went into receivership, a senior French official said Monday, adding that several potential buyers had been identified. The airline, which employs almost 1,200 staff, filed for bankruptcy and suspended flights last week after losses which prompted a shareholder coup that ousted the chief executive. "Out of 19,000 passengers who found themselves in… (www.yahoo.com) Mehr...

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TheDogeof88
Chuck Lavazzi 6
What's interesting is that until I saw this article, I had never heard of France's second-largest airline.
alexa320
alex hidveghy 1
You need to get out more, lol!! 😂
dardav
dardav 4
extremely thin profits margins, one misstep and down she goes
E1craZ4life
Edward Bardes 6
WOW

comes to mind.
alexa320
alex hidveghy 1
What about Monarch and Thomas Cook? This is nothing new......
eagleboyjr
Todd Eagle 6
When Airlines fail, they seem to fail spectacularly...
alexa320
alex hidveghy 1
There’s an old boxing phrase and it goes something like this: the bigger they are, the harder they fall.
tzoia1
Franco Prizzi 1
and now : STRIKE !!!!!
alexa320
alex hidveghy 1
How? The airline is defunct, how can they strike if the company no longer exists? You need more explanation here. A single word with no context is meaningless!
If you are referring to BA, this is a French airline and has no connection to BA.
Again, you need to be much clearer in your statement.
tzoia1
Franco Prizzi 1
it was a Boutade.
perhaps a bit ermetical. but were i live quite obvious.
allanrbowman
Allan Bowman 1
I guess the passengers of the French airline, didn't make the last hop.
Jackx9
Don Quixote -1
British Airways strike, all flights cancelled. French airline collapses.

The hell is with these European airlines.
TheDogeof88
Chuck Lavazzi 3
I don't know anything about Aigle Azur, but I can say that our experiences with BA have not been that great.
sanukjim
James Wilson Jr 4
A lot of my UK friends worked for BA in the 1980s and 1990s and BA had the reputation of treating their employees as scu,.From baggage and ticket counter people to their most senior pilots.
tzoia1
Franco Prizzi 0
British Airways is not European nowadays : they just live on a far island in the nothern atlantic : thet choose it is not europe anymore ; they are not Europena , just lonely islanders.
SkyAware123
SkyAware123 -5
No surprise.. it's french.
alexa320
alex hidveghy 1
You’re missing the point. You clearly have not heard about two British airlines that no longer exist - Monarch a few years ago and more recently, Thomas Cook. This is not just a French phenomenon. And if you like, I can name you at least a dozen US airlines than went bye, bye, too. But nice try......

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