Airline Flybe has collapsed - just weeks after a rescue deal saved it from going bust.
It says coronavirus has caused a drop in bookings.
Here its flights have been grounded at Ireland West Airport Knock, Cork, and Dublin.
in a statement from Ireland West Airport Knock to Midwest News this morning they say the regret to announce that all Flybe flights have been cancelled after the airline entered administration this morning.
Any passengers booked with Flybe who have not yet started their journey should not travel to the airport unless they have arranged an alternative flight with another airline.
Please visit www.flybe.com to read the Flybe statement and advice for passengers with existing bookings.
Ireland West Airport Knock say they regret the loss of Flybe, which has played an important role over the last ten years in providing important access to the West of Ireland with flights to and from Birmingham, Edinburgh and Manchester and our thoughts are with Flybe staff whose jobs have been affected by today’s news.
Access to the North West of England and the Midlands region will continue to be provided by Ryanair through their year round services to Liverpool and East-Midlands Nottingham.
The airport will continue to seek alternative airline carriers to operate these services.