Airline flying Wales's only domestic route goes bust

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The airline which flew the only domestic service within Wales has gone bust — telling passengers to take a five-hour train trip from Cardiff to Anglesey, rather than a one-hour flight. Citywing has also cancelled the only flights serving Gloucester and Blackpool airports, as well as its network linking the Isle of Man with Belfast,  Glasgow and Newcastle.

Citywing was formerly known as Manx2; it rebranded in 2013. It is a virtual airline, which does no flying itself and instead passes on the task to

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