UK plans to allow failed airlines to keep flying to repatriate customers

Proposed changes to aviation rules follow grounding of Thomas
Cook aircraft and crew

Planes owned by failed airlines would be used to repatriate
passengers under plans announced by the government.

Proposed legislation would enable collapsed carriers to be
placed in special administration, meaning their aircraft and crew
can continue flying to bring customers back to the UK.

Source: FS – All-News2-Economy
UK plans to allow failed airlines to keep flying to repatriate customers