Creditors owed a reported #24 million after the collapse of Birmingham airline Duo have until March 16 to lodge final details of their claim.
Duo's administrators, accountants Deloitte, has written to unsecured creditors giving them notice the "first and final distribution" payment will be made no later than March 30.
It added the value of funds available is estimated to be #900,000. The majority of claims have been agreed and total #24 million, it said. According to earlier reports from the administrators, creditors will receive 5p in the pound.
About 500 unsecured creditors stand to lose out, including large oil companies and smaller firms. One creditor, who has put in a claim for a little over #230, has been told he will receive just #9.
Among the Midland business who suffered after the crash are Birmingham City Council, Saga FM, the Hilton Birmingham Metropole, the NEC and Birmingham International Airport.
Duo collapsed in 2004 after trading for just seven months, owing more than #40 million after a disastrous series of business deals.