BRITS will never again be left stranded abroad when their airline collapses underneath a new law being denounced after a Thomas Cook collapse.
Under a plan, a Government will be means to effectively seize control of collapsed airlines and use their planes to rescue Brits stranded abroad.
Last month, a UK had to rescue 150,000 tourists left stranded when Thomas Cook collapsed.
It was a biggest British repatriation given World War Two.
But underneath stream laws, nothing of a debate operator’s planes or organisation to assistance move a stranded tourists back.
British taxpayers had to feet a large check for a Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to sinecure a swift of 40 planes to move holidaymakers behind home.
Boris Johnson is phenomenon a devise in his Queen’s Speech on Monday.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said: “We’ve seen recently a outrageous impact airlines collapsing can have on passengers and staff.
“To move over 140,000 Thomas Cook passengers home, a Government and UK CAA worked together turn a time and, with a support of people opposite a globe, carried out a biggest peacetime repatriation practice in UK history.
“I’m dynamic to move in a improved complement to understanding with identical situations in future, assisting safeguard passengers are stable and brought home fast and safely.”
The Department for Transport pronounced a new law will assistance condense costs and get holidaymakers home quicker.
British Airways trainer Willie Walsh has warned some-more airlines could destroy in a entrance months amid extreme foe and sky-high fuel costs.
The British organisation Monarch airlines collapsed in 2017.
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