This coding bootcamp is offering free tuition to employees of collapsed airline Monarch

Earlier this week, Britain’s fifth-biggest airline, Monarch, entered administration. All flights were cancelled, and the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority was forced to charter a fleet of planes to rescue almost 110,000 stranded passengers, in a feat that’s been described as “Britain’s biggest peacetime repatriation.” The effects of Monarch’s collapse will be felt across the country, but particularly in Manchester, where the airline operated several routes, and employed hundreds of people. Code Nation, a Manchester-based coding bootcamp, has said it intends to offer all former Monarch employees a place on their introductory web development courses, in order to help them transition…

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