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Today in Aviation: Flyglobespan Goes Belly up

MIAMI – Today in Aviation, Edinburgh-based Scottish airline Flyglobespan went into administration in 2009, declaring bankruptcy and canceling all its scheduled flights. The company was liquidated on December 10, 2010. The Scottish low-cost airline provided scheduled services to destinations in Europe, North America, North Africa, and South Africa from five airports throughout Scotland, England, and […]

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Today in Aviation: Canada’s Zoom Airlines Ceases Operations

MIAMI – Today in Aviation, Ottowa-based Canadian low-cost, long-haul carrier Zoom Airlines (Z4) ceased operations in 2008. Zoom was founded by Scottish brothers John and Hugh Boyle in May 2002. The airline launched operations with an Airbus A320 leased from Monarch Airlines (ZB) and a single Boeing 767-300ER. Trans-Atlantic Operations Initially, flights covered leisure destinations […]

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