EZJet tries to clear the air in the reimbursement of all passengers affected by the shut down – 11th Dec 2012
EZJet may no longer be in the air, but the company does not intend to go underground either. The carrier, which was forced to shut down operations last month, when both the US and Guyana Governments pulled its license, is trying t0 clear the air in the reimbursement of all those passengers who were affected by the shut down. In a statement EZJet said, that it has been reimbursing passengers and just 300 passengers in Guyana are still to get their money back. According t0 a statement from the company, the Travel Agencies in Guyana that sold EzJet tickets, are also giving refunds to the passengers, who bought tickets from them.
The company is asking for patience as it tries to settle with the remaining 300 passengers on this side of the Atlantic. On the other side, over in New York, the company said, its New York office, is currently auditing passenger ticket sales and baggage charges and reconciling passengers and travel agencies accounts, and will restart refunding more New York passengers this week. EzJet still has hopes of returning to the friendly sky.