CAA offers advice to Kiss customers after firm collapse

Budget travel firm Kiss Flights has ceased trading, the Civil Aviation Authority has said.

The British-based company operated flights to Greece, Egypt, Turkey and the Canary Islands.

The CAA said tens of thousands of holidaymakers who had booked trips through the company would get home as normal.

And the "vast majority" of people who had booked future trips with the firm would receive refunds, it added.

David Clover from the Civil Aviation Authority has offered advice to customers on the BBC News Channel.

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