Charter carrier Cello Aviation has collapsed.
The Birmingham airport-based company, which operated a small fleet including a Boeing 737-300 and a BAE Systems Avro RJ100, ceased trading on October 12.
A brief notice on the company’s website on Friday said: “It is with regret that Cello Aviation has ceased trading.
“We apologise for any inconvenience that may cause our customers and suppliers.”
The CAA said it was “currently collating information” from the company and will be updating its Atol Failures website page “as soon as possible”.