After 10 years of operation, British no-frills airline, Bmibaby, has made its last ever flight.
The low-cost airline was bought by IAG in June 2012, who decided to shut it down after the airline continued to make considerable losses.
Monarch Airlines plans to take over several of Bmibaby's routes, creating around 150 jobs, while other routes will be taken by Jet2.com and Flybe.
Despite these take-overs, about 450 Bmibaby staff will be made redundant.
The Telegraph reported that the final flight landed at 10:45pm on 10 September, flying from Malaga to East Midlands airport - the very same as Bmibaby's maiden voyage.
In its prime, Bmibaby was Britain's third-largest low-cost carrier, serving popular holiday destinations all over Europe from several UK airports.
German airline Lufthansa bought the company in 2008 as it started to fail but could not make up the £25 million a year losses that the British airline was making.
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