Fly Jamaica’s Toronto service also hit by delay

– passenger describes disastrous experience

Hundreds of passengers were stranded at the Pearson International Airport in Toronto last Saturday, after their Fly Jamaica flight did not leave as scheduled on Friday and then hit further snags.

Yesterday, one irate passenger related to Stabroek News his experience during a two-day delay.

Brahnanand Khelawan said it was a “disastrous experience,” coupled with “disrespectful service” from the airline’s agents.

Efforts to contact Public Relations Officer of the airline Nadine Hing about the Toronto to Guyana delay proved futile.

Khelawan said the flight was initially scheduled to depart the airport on Friday July 11 but passengers …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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