Rory Boland, Which? Travel Editor, said:
“Passengers will quite rightly be outraged that yet another airline headed for collapse was able to sell tickets to unwitting customers right up to the moment it grounded its planes; once again leaving holiday and travel plans in tatters and passengers out of pocket.
“Passengers who booked tickets worth £100 or more on their credit card should contact their provider to claim the cost of the airfare back. Or, alternately, check their travel insurance policies, although they will not necessarily offer cover for scheduled airline failures such as this.”