MYTRAVEL is holding regular talks with the Civil
Aviation Authority but says there is “no reason” to doubt its
survival despite further speculation on its fate.
The travel giant’s finances are under the spotlight
again following news the CAA has held discussions with secretary of state for
transport Alistair Darling on MyTravel’s affairs.
A MyTravel spokeswoman said: “There is no reason
why we should not survive the summer. It is a difficult trading environment but
we are holding our own.
“Yes we are talking to the CAA and maintaining
regular dialogue to keep them informed on our situation. We are fully bonded
and licence remains in tact.”
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