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This is why Flybmi is blaming Brexit for collapse as ALL flights cancelled and ordered back to UK

Tamworth Herald Sunday, 17 February 2019
This is why Flybmi is blaming Brexit for collapse as ALL flights cancelled and ordered back to UKThe East Midlands-based airline had operated flights on routes to 25 European cities.
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