The airline which operates flights between Cardiff and Anglesey has gone into liquidation.

Leader of the Welsh Conservatives Andrew RT Davies has responded to the news:

“This is a sad end to a turbulent saga for the beleaguered airline, whose difficulties have been evident for some time now.

“The Welsh Labour Government has ploughed millions of pounds into this failing route in spite of red flags that included serious safety concerns and declining passenger numbers. 

“Had similar financial support been extended to ailing bus services across Wales then passengers might still be able to use bus routes which for many have all but vanished.

“Ministers must now in urgency put in place measures to support employees affected by the closure of this route.”


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