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Published on Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Operator ceases trading after 30 years







A Kent travel firm has ceased trading after 30 years in business.

Buzzlines Travel ran UK and European day trips, short breaks and coach holidays.

It also operated cruise and flight holidays to destinations worldwide.

A statement on its website says: "It is with deep regret that we must inform you that Buzzlines Travel has ceased trading and is unable to fulfil its commitments whilst entering in to a formal insolvency procedure.

"The difficult decision to cease all trading activities has become necessary to comply fully with the responsibility by law as company directors."

It said anyone booked to travel from July will be contacted in due course by the appointed insolvency practitioner.


The company claims it provides financial protection in the form of a trust account.

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