News

Airline’s bankruptcy strands thousands of passengers to foreign countries, a report says

to connectVideoFox News Flash, important news, for Sept. 10

Fox News Flash, important news, for Sept. The 10 are right here. Check out what to click on Foxnews.com

Thousands of passengers, reportedly, have found themselves stranded after the airline suddenly, or whose flights are cancelled.

In an additional wrinkle, many of these people were in a different country.

AMERICAN ENGINEER ACCUSED OF SABOTAGE, WAS LAID OFF BY ALASKA AIRLINES ABOUT THE ERROR REPORT

Aigle Azur is a French airline company’s bankruptcy last week, KTLA 5 reports. An estimated 13,000 of the airline’s passengers are thought to have been stranded as a result of it.

PLANE IS A PASSENGER FOR 6 HOURS, SO HIS WIFE COULD SLEEP

Jean-Baptiste Djebbari, France, germany, secretary of state for transport, stated that up to 11,000 of these passengers have been stuck in Algeria, KTLA 5.

In an interview with the RMV, is a French TV channel, Djebbari, and said: “yes, There are more than 13,000 passengers have their tickets bought, and it will have to be repatriated. Among them, 11,000 are in Algeria, six in Mali, then in russia, in Moscow and in the Country.”

CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER

He goes on to say: “On a Friday night, I had a meeting with the French airline and I have asked them to play their part in the evacuation. I would especially like to thank Air France for the chartering of flights to the united arab emirates.”

He estimates that the majority of the passengers were sent back to the house, and in the course of three weeks.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FOX NEWS APP

KTLA 5 reported that several bidders have shown interest in the acquisition of Aigle Azur and its bids will be treated by the company, at a meeting held on Friday.

Follow us

Don't be shy, get in touch. We love meeting interesting people and making new friends.

Most popular