平码三中三公式规律 Family forced to sleep on airport floor after flight delayed 26 hours

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floors for 26 hours as 【香港马会九肖期期准 】horrendous (Image: MEN, BottCo Solicitors WS) The pensi【夜明珠打一生肖 】oner, along with a 20-strong group of his children, grandchildren a【历史跑狗记录 】nd friends were returning home from a week-long holiday in Tenerife in October last year when their ordeal began. “It went wrong as soon as we boarded the plane,” Martin said. “We were sat at the【诚信创富心水主论坛 】 gate

for four hours, we didn’t even get a push-back. The cabin【81影院官网 】 crew told us that the plane had arrived with a fault, then the captain came on and said t【香赛马会港 】here was a problem with a generator and we would be taken off the plane and a coach wo【246好干以天天免费资枓大全 】uld come and pick us up and take us to overnight accommodation. “We went back into the airport and were left in the arrivals area, there were no coache

s, no hotels【特出双数一二中打一肖 】, we were given a €6 voucher and left there overnight. “I’m 70 and I was sleeping on the cold hard floors with my grandchildren, the youngest of which is two. “We weren’t even allowed access to our luggage to get 【二四六天夫免费好彩资料 】medica

tion for the children【六开彩号码生肖 】 and 【154跑狗图 】my heart tablets.” The pensioner, along with a 20-strong group of his children, grandchildren and friends were returning home from T【2020年第25期买马资料 】enerife (Image: MEN, BottCo Solicitors WS) The family says when they went to the Monar【惠泽社群四肖八码 香港 】ch desk the next day to fi【2017另版跑狗图145期 】nd ou【管家婆128开奖记录 】t what was happening, they were told they weren’t booked on a flight at all. Martin, a retired businessman from Crewe, Cheshire, added【2019香港马报117期正版四不象图片 】:

“The airport staff were....【红姐禁肖图 】 telling us we weren’t booked on a flight ba

c【六肖复式四肖中五个肖是多少注 】k when Monarch were saying we were. “Eventually we got on a plane and ended up

in Birmingham. It was se【香港手机现场报码开奖直播 】emed like it took for【跑狗报彩色图 】ever and was so frustrating. “It was a shocking experience and we haven’

t had an apology let alone a penny.” A family say they were given j

ust €【2016最正版天机诗 】6 after their fli【125期新版跑狗 】ght home 【褔彩3d大赢家 高手心水论坛 】was delayed【平特规律软件下载 】 【2020年一150期老版跑狗图 】(Image:【神武山水玄机图魔王山出什么 】 MEN, BottCo Solicitors W【123kj手机报码网 】S) Kevin Clarke, from Bott Co Solicitors who are handling Martin’s ca

se, said: “【管家婆三肖心水论坛 】The law is very clear on this point.【四肖复式二中二多少组 】 Airlines are obliged to provide food, refreshments and overnight accommodation where necessary and when you see the pictu【六合开奖直播现场直播 】res of pensioners and ch【今天的广州日报每曰闲情图 】ildren sleeping on air【跑狗论坛手机版993994 】port floors it is clear why this law is in place – to protect passenge【王中王网站345999王中王 百度 】rs. When airlines 【牛头马面在一起打一肖 】don’t provide that basic care and courtesy passengers you can understand why passengers are aggrieved【2017年13O期跑狗图 】 and 【2O17年1o2期新版跑狗图 】are determined to pursue that compensation.” A spokesman for Monarch sai【刘伯温心水论坛香港 】d: “This claim is progressing with Mr Lockett’s legal representatives and our legal team.”

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