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Fly Jamaica passengers still to receive refunds

January 12, 2020 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: nibtjzsrs.

first_imgA passenger who was scheduled to leave Guyana’s shores on December 11, 2018 after booking his flight five months in advance with Fly Jamaica, has expressed frustration at the airline for “dragging its feet” in relation to refunding passengers their monies.Vikask Ramnarine, who was destined for JFK airport, New York, said that he was only informed of the cancellation of the flight when he made calls to the airline and was told to return eight weeks later for a full refund of his airfare.“On Thursday and Friday my relatives told me to call just to make sure that the flight is on, since all these things going on with that particular airline, so I did and I was told by the staff that everything is ok and I am schedule to fly on the same day.”“On Saturday and Sunday I called back only to be told that the flight has been cancelled, but still no one called to say anything”, Ramnarine related.Ramnarine noted that he decided to visit the company’s Carmichael Street office to express his dissatisfaction, only to be told by the staff that they “don’t have any arrangements in place” and nothing could be done.“I understand that the process to refund customers will take time but I expected this period be at least 3 days since this was not our fault and it’s very unfair that we have to wait 6-8 Weeks for our money to be returned to us. Also taking into consideration the airline held this money since August 2018 and they do not have any service to provide, no instant refund”.According to him the company owes him a total of US$720 which is equivalent to GYD$144,000.Recently, a source close to the Airline had refuted the claims of inconvenienced and frustrated passengers who complain of not being refunded their tickets’ cost.The representative who spoke with Guyana Times said, “All the flights that were cancelled or (passengers who) were affected are having a total refund. If you want to cancel from us because you need to book another carrier, I am not sure how they are gonna go about doing that, but they are free to come into the office and have that clarification done with accounting or they can call the local number and have clearer information as to how we are going about that.”She said that in addition to the local office, Fly Jamaica also has international offices in the United States where queries can be made.Although the sale of tickets has been put on hold, the source related that operations are expected to resume in January.Just recently, a disgruntled passenger expressed his frustration in a letter to this newspaper explaining, “I had purchased a ticket before the incident to travel to Guyana on December 21 and return to Toronto in January 2019. I contacted Fly Jamaica to find out if my flight would be cancelled and if I could get a refund. They claimed that the flight will not be cancelled, and, therefore, I will not be getting a refund.”last_img read more

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MAN BEHIND SPATE OF THEFTS FROM CARS IS BANNED FROM DONEGAL

December 28, 2019 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: dywkshhfy.

first_imgLydon arriving in courtA MAN behind a spate of thefts from cars has today been banned from County Donegal.Karl Lydon, with an address in Co Tipperary, pleaded guilty at a court today to a  string of theft charges. – overnight from Sligo. The 24-year-old was arrested by Gardai in Ballybofey on Saturday, Letterkenny District Court heard.Judge Paul Kelly heard Lydon plead guilty to breaking into a number of cars in The Beeches, Ballybofey.He stole a Black laptop, a USB dongle a black iPhone 4, two personal diaries and architectural drawings from one vehicle, the items valued at more than €2,400.From three other cars he took social services cards, a driving license, an AIB debit card, holy water, holy relics and prayer books.Judge Kelly agreed to bail conditions which included him being banned from County Donegal except for a future court appearance on March 10.He must also observe a curfew between 9am and 9pm and sign on at Thurles Garda Station three days per week.Garda John O’Sullivan asked for an order releasing the recovered items so that they can be returned to their owners.There was no objection from defence solicitor Patsy Gallagher.Lydon was remanded on bail, subject to his bail conditions, on a surety of €500.He will appear at Letterkenny District Court again in March 10.MAN BEHIND SPATE OF THEFTS FROM CARS IS BANNED FROM DONEGAL was last modified: January 28th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BallybofeydonegalKarl LydonLetterkenny District Courtlast_img read more

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