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BDO liquidators appointed to Kiss Flights

Liquidators fro BDO appointed to tour operator Kiss Flights

Liquidators from
BDO
are to be appointed to tour operator Kiss Flights (the trading name for Flight
Options).

Malcolm Cohen and David Gilbert of BDO will be appointed liquidators of
Flight Options and Travel Plus, which trades under several names – most
prominently Kiss Flights.

“The business suffered as a result of the challenging economic conditions in
the UK travel market, compounded by issues such as the volcanic ash crisis,
localised industrial action, and economic factors in Greece together with the
collapse of Goldtrail Travel,” said Cohen.

“Formal notices will be issued to all shareholders and creditors in due
course, formally convening the meetings to place the companies into liquidation
in early September.”

Management and a number of staff are continuing to assist the
Civil Aviation
Authority
in dealing with the repatriation of customers and those
holding forward bookings.

Flights with Flight options/Kiss Flights leaving the UK before 1800 today
will operate as planned, and customers should check in as normal.

Customers can contact the CAA on 0044 161 4444 5811 or 0844 571 7262.

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