Manx resumes operations

Manx was able to resume operations on 10 October, after it reached an agreement that allowed it to be included in the insurance indemnification scheme established by the UK government. Manx had been grounded on 25 September after it had been left out of the program. Manx was able to cover part of its schedule with aircraft borrowed from sister British Regional Airlines and leased from other airlines, but many flights have been cancelled or delayed. Manx will be included in the indemnification scheme at least until 24 October, by which time a permanent solution to the problem is expected to have been found.

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