LONDON – British regional airline flybmi has collapsed, blaming its demise on increased costs, and growing uncertainty about Brexit. The airline, which flew 17 Embraer 135 and 145 regional jets on routes from the UK to 25 European cities halted operations suddenly on February 16. In an announcement on the company’s website, a flybmi spokesman said the airline had struggled with spikes in fuel and carbon costs, arising from the European Union (EU) ...

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