Struggling Spanish airline LTE International Airways has cancelled all its scheduled flights from Norwich Airport up to 29 November, affecting around 3,000 customers.
The low-cost airline, which operated flights from Norwich to Barcelona, Palma and Alicante, suspended all its flights on October 16 for the weekend. This suspension was extended while talks continued on its financial situation.
Now agents have received notice that all flights from Norwich will be cancelled up to 29 November. It is estimated 3,000 people are booked to travel from the airport with LTE over the winter and next summer.
The airline claimed charter flights – which operated from Glasgow and Birmingham to Spain and the Canary Islands – resumed on Tuesday, although most operators had already finished their summer contracts with the airline.
A statement on the airline’s website said: “Over the next weeks we will be adding flights and it is expected that Internet sales will resume shortly. We apologise for the temporary suspension of service.”
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