For passengers coming back to the United Kingdom, we will be working with the Department for Transport and Civil Aviation Authority to facilitate the smooth repatriation of passengers whose return flights have been affected.
The Civil Aviation Authority said it had launched a programme to bring back Monarch customers to the United Kingdom over the next fortnight on 34 chartered planes.
Money reports that some 300,000 future bookings have also been scrapped, while the U.K.'s Civil Aviation Authority scrambles to facilitate what it has called "the biggest ever United Kingdom airline failure". You can also message the Guardian on WhatsApp by adding the contact +44 (0) 7867825056.
Monarch said it was going to work with the administrators, and the unions Balpa and Unite to help its employees find new jobs.
The CAA has chartered more than 30 aircraft to bring back Monarch customers and the aviation regulator added passengers due to fly back to the United Kingdom over the next two weeks do not need to cut short their stay and will be repatriated at no cost.
The Government and the CAA are now working to return customers to the UK.
"We haven't had any emails from Monarch or from On The Beach which is who we booked with so apart from the news we wouldn't have known", she said.More news: Las Vegas Shooter Wired $100K to Girlfriend's Home Country
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The Civil Aviation Authority says the cessation of operations by Monarch is the "largest ever" entry into administration by a United Kingdom carrier.
The collapse of the airline was a result of higher competition and lower prices in Spain and Portugal due to security concerns in other holiday destinations, Chief Executive Andrew Swaffield told BBC radio in an interview.
"The scale and challenge of this operation means that some disruption is inevitable".
A Luton Airport spokesman said: "We are saddened by this morning's announcement that Monarch airlines has ceased trading with immediate effect". On Sunday, after a 24-hour extension, the license expired and Monarch could no longer operate flights.
"We urge people affected by the company's collapse to check our dedicated website monarch.caa.co.uk for advice and information on flights back to the UK".
"This is a hugely distressing situation for British holidaymakers overseas - and my first priority is to help them get back to the United Kingdom", said transport secretary, Chris Grayling.
Here is all you need to know about Monarch's demise.
The British government asked CAA to coordinate for the sake of bringing back Monarch customers to the country.