Ireland West Airport suffer flight loss over Flybe administration

Ireland West Airport in Knock will now have no flights to Scotland, Manchester or Birmingham.

Flybe – Europe’s biggest regional airline – has collapsed into administration last night, putting more than 2,000 jobs at risk.

The British firm was only saved in January, but says the impact of coronavirus on bookings has made a “difficult situation worse”

All flights from Ireland West Airport in Knock have been cancelled today with customers told not to go to airport unless they have a flight booked with another airline.

Donal Healy, Head of Marketing at the Airport says customers should not travel to the airport today but that that they can still travel to Liverpool and East Midlands with Ryanair: