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Stranded Level Airlines passengers Adrienn Nagy, Jessie Brillouet and Krisztina Jozsa and Vivien Scheibel, await news at Trudeau Airport, Wednesday, July 18, 2018 in Montreal. A huge selection of the Spanish discount airline’s airline passengers have already been stranded in Montreal for days gone by four days following a low-cost airline cancelled a number of flights to Paris.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz
MONTREAL – A huge selection of European travellers have already been stuck in Montreal for days after their airline unexpectedly cancelled their flights home.
Spanish airline Level cancelled its Saturday and Monday flights from Montreal to Paris, citing operation reasons.
But passengers says the airline didn’t tell them concerning the decision and contains done little to greatly help them since that time.
Hungarian resident Jessie Brillouet says she finished up booking a flight home to Budapest on another airline after being told she’d need to wait until at the very least Thursday for another Level flight.
The airline says in a statement it’s attempting to rebook passengers and can refund them because of their expenses.
But that isn’t enough for Brillouet plus some of her fellow passengers, who say they’re likely to take legal action contrary to the airline after they finally go back home.
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