Analysis: The Stobart Air story and how it collapsed

Known most in recent years for operating Aer Lingus Regional flights, Stobart Air collapsed over the weekend leaving passengers stranded and almost 500 jobs at risk. Key.Aero details the story of the little known 50-year-old carrier and examines how it got to this position

Named after the famous haulage firm, Stobart Air only gained this moniker in 2014 and spent most of its 51 years of operations under the name Aer Arann. 

The Irish region

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