UK handles stranded passengers after Monarch Airlines collapses

The UK is trying to arrange flights for about 110,000 stranded passengers after the carrier Monarch was placed into administration. With about 2,000 staff, it is the biggest airline to have collapsed in the UK.

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    The UK is trying to arrange flights for about 110,000 stranded passengers after the carrier Monarch was placed into administration. With about 2,000 staff, it is the biggest airline to have collapsed in the UK.

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports from Gatwick Airport in London.


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