T annuity-six hours late. Scheduled to take off at 6 am Saturday, a charter flight JetairFly to Malaga in Spain has still not left the tarmac at Toulouse airport on Sunday at 19 am, to the chagrin of the 126 registered passengers.
According to the company, a technical problem occurred on the plane to make the link, requiring the change of a room. “The repair took considerable time and forced us to postpone several times the return to service,” says Jetairfly. And when it was repaired, the aircraft departed … to serve other destinations.
Annoyance and police intervention
After sixteen hours in the terminal Saturday, the Toulouse passengers were headed to a hotel near the terminal. “Until noon the atmosphere was relatively calm, told one of them to France Bleu Toulouse. The pressure rose to 15 hours, some have pushed a gueulante, police had to come and calm! “
In Malaga nearly 150 people also remained blocked following the crash. Others are still locked in Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhône), where the flight Toulouse-Malaga had to stop.
“We did not find any replacement aircraft yesterday (Saturday) but we chartered for a Sunday,” warns the company. Announced for 17 hours, it finally landed at Toulouse-Blagnac shortly before 7:15 p.m., bringing passengers stranded in Spain. It must now start to rally Malaga via Marseille
JetairFly of already inviting passengers injured in these against time to complain to their tour operator or on the company’s website -. In if direct reservation with JetairFly – for compensation