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Emergency operation to rescue stranded Flyglobespan travelers

Passengers left stranded by the collapse of the airline Flyglobespan are all expected to arrive home by Christmas after the airline industry mounted an emergency operation to repatriate thousands of h

Scotland’s Flyglobespan goes bust

Scotland's biggest airline, Edinburgh-based Flyglobespan, has been placed in administration with all scheduled flights cancelled.

Airline guilty of safety breach

Airline firm FlyGlobeSpan has pleaded guilty to two charges of breaching civil aviation rules after allowing a plane with instrument failure to fly.

Union breakthrough at Flyglobespan

Britain's biggest union, Unite, has gained recognition for more than 200 cabin crew employees at the Edinburgh based, low cost carrier Flyglobespan.National Officer Brian Boyd described the deal as a 'breakthrough'. The union has been involved in a long campaign for recognition at Flyglobespan which has been resisted by the company for more than a year.

Airline faces safety prosecution

Economy airline Flyglobespan is to be prosecuted after claims it breached strict safety rules.The Edinburgh-based firm is accused of allowing a flight from Liverpool to New York to take off when engine sensors were not working.The decision to prosecute was made by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).