Just seen this on Sky News Website, hope no HUKD members affected.
"The company, which flew from five airports in the UK, advised customers who have booked and paid for a flight to contact their credit or debit card company for a refund.
British Airways and Virgin Atlantic are offering special fares to help Zoom customers who have been displaced by the suspension of services.
Zoom's demise started when the Canadian-UK carrier had a plane detained at Calgary Airport in Canada last night because of the financial problems.
Then, today, BAA prevented a Canada-bound aircraft from leaving Glasgow after an instruction from UK's Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
BAA Glasgow said the matter concerned the non-payment of charges to European air traffic control company Eurocontrol and to the UK's air traffic control company, Nats.
Zoom hoped it would be able to continue flying after filing notices of intention to appoint an administrator in both the UK and Canada.
But tonight the airline said it had no option but to suspend all operations.
Hugh and John Boyle, the founders of Zoom, said: "The collapse of Zoom is a result of matter beyond our control.
"Only last year Zoom Airlines made profit, but that turned into a loss in the last year due to the unprecedented increase in the price of aviation fuel and the economic climate.
"The price of oil resulted in our fuel bill jumping by nearly $50 million in one year and we could not recover that from passengers who had already booked their flights."