New airline fills Globespan slots at Glasgow19 January 2010
A new airline is to operate out of Glasgow Airport following the collapse of Flyglobespan. Kiss Flights, which operates from eight UK airports outside Scotland, will be offering 12 summer routes to Mediterranean destinations from April. They include Spain, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus and Turkey.
Flyglobespan was grounded on 16 December when its Edinburgh-based parent company, Globespan, was put into administration.
source: BBC News