Bankrupt 1time attempts to help stranded passengers

Victoria
By Victoria November 5, 2012 11:46

Bankrupt 1time attempts to help stranded passengers

1time is reported to be “doing its best” to accommodate passengers stranded in Zanzibar and Zimbabwe, meant to have flown home on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. On its Facebook page, the airline stated that it was likely these passengers would receive a cash reimbursement upon arrival in South Africa

Passengers who had purchased tickets via credit card where being advised to seek recourse on a “service not delivered” basis.

“Throughout our journey of Business Rescue we have been nothing but honest and transparent in all our dealings with you and therefore it is with regret that this is my final communique to you. In spite of malicious rumours, I wish to reassure them that 1time did not know until 3pm yesterday (Friday) afternoon that the Business Rescue practitioners would shut operations with immediate effect.

“Despite the best efforts of my management team, our nationwide employees, and myself, we were unfortunately unable to win this battle. I again wish to thank passengers for their loyalty and commitment to 1time, your unrelenting support is testimony that South Africa has lost a formidable player in the aviation industry,” concludes Blacky Komani, CEO of 1time Airline.

Victoria
By Victoria November 5, 2012 11:46
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