Wednesday August 5, 2020

EUjet goes into liquidation

EUjet, the Shannon-based airline that went into examinership in July, has failed to attract any further investment and has now been put into liquidation.

8th October, 2005

EUjet, the Shannon-based airline that went into examinership in July, has failed to attract any further investment and has now been put into liquidation.

The High Court was told last week that the company's examiner, Dublin accountant John McStay, had tried to organise a rescue package, but was unable to source enough finance to keep the company afloat.

The court formally wound up the company and appointed McStay as liquidator.

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