A “digital airline” which ran flights between Belfast Metropolis Airport and the Isle of Man has gone into liquidation.
Citywing stated the choice was taken after an airline which operates flights on its behalf had its permission to fly suspended.
Van Air Europe confronted the motion after an incident last month at Ronaldsway Airport within the Isle of Man.
Citywing informed passengers to not flip up on the airports and stated recommendation could be given on refunds in “due course”.
All its flights from Saturday 11 March have been cancelled.
Teams who might be affected are bike racers, their households and followers attempting to get to and from the Isle of Man.
Bike highway racer Conor Cummins informed Manx Radio, he hoped there could be an answer quickly.
“The TT is arising when there is a huge inflow of followers coming from Eire,” he stated. “It might put the brakes on lots of issues”.
Mr Cummins and his fiance are additionally affected personally, as they’re attributable to get married in Northern Eire in November with many members of the family and mates set to journey over with them.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), which didn’t regulate the Isle of Man-based ticket vendor, suggested passengers with ahead bookings to contact their card or insurance coverage supplier for refunds.
The agency offered flights on scheduled providers between the Isle of Man and numerous UK locations.
It additionally operated a route between Cardiff Airport and Anglesey under a public service contract with the Welsh Meeting Authorities.
Citywing stated it had suffered “appreciable losses” and had discovered it troublesome to supply different plane after Czech-registered Van Air lost its licence.
Its licence was suspended by the regulator after one among its flights from the Isle of Man, certain for George Greatest Belfast Metropolis Airport, was pressured to show again due to excessive winds.
The flight, on 23 February, coincided with Storm Doris.
One other airline was drafted in to run Van Air’s routes till an investigation was accomplished.
Nevertheless, Citywing released a statement on Friday saying: “The corporate has tried to supply a service whereas struggling appreciable losses however these have proved sadly to be commercially unsustainable.
“It’s subsequently with a lot unhappiness and deep remorse that the administrators of Citywing Aviation Providers Restricted have needed to take the troublesome resolution to shut the corporate as we speak and put the corporate into liquidation.”