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    • By MSE Callum 11th Oct 17, 5:02 PM
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    MSE News: Regulator backtracks on replacement flights for inbound-only Monarch...
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    MSE News: Regulator backtracks on replacement flights for inbound-only Monarch... 11th Oct 17 at 5:02 PM
    If you're booked on an inbound-only Monarch flight between now and Sunday and have yet to fly out on another airline, the aviation regulator is now warning you CAN'T expect to be flown home for free....
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    • silvercar
    • By silvercar 11th Oct 17, 5:20 PM
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    How will the CAA know, when drawing up the flight list, who arrived before Monarch collapsed and who after?

    Incidentally the same criteria applies to people resident overseas who booked an inbound only flight to the UK.
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    How will the CAA know, when drawing up the flight list, who arrived before Monarch collapsed and who after?
    Originally posted by silvercar
    I would be very surprised if that data wasn't stored on a computer somewhere.

    Incidentally the same criteria applies to people resident overseas who booked an inbound only flight to the UK.
    Originally posted by silvercar
    By definition, you can only be repatriated to where you are resident.
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