FlyBMI – What to do if you’re affected.
According to BBC News, FlyBMI went into administration on the 16th February and its future bookings for flights and holidays have been cancelled.
Here’s a link to Civil Aviation Authority’s advice on what you should do if you’ve got flights booked with FlyBMI CAA Advice
There’s no cover for this under the cancellation or curtailment (cutting your trip short) sections of our travel insurance polices. If your policy includes scheduled airline failure insurance (SAFI), some cover may be available but only if you didn’t book your flights as part of a package holiday.
Check the CAA website for more details on what you can do if you need a refund.
For claims purposes this is considered a known event at 19.30 on the 16th February 2019 (so for any policies bought after this time, cover will not be available for this incident)