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Posted by G-Zero Guest - 09-11-2019 04:37 AM
no recourse no trip.. stay in France..
Posted by IJD - 09-10-2019 08:04 PM
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Posted by G-Zero Guest - 09-10-2019 08:04 PM
Paris (CNN Business)Thirteen thousand air passengers are currently stranded overseas after French airline Aigle Azur filed for bankruptcy last week.

The vast majority — 11,000 people — are stuck in Algeria, according to Jean-Baptiste Djebbari, France's secretary of state for transport.
The airline, which carried around 1.9 million passengers last year, filed for bankruptcy last week and on Friday night canceled all of its flights.
Djebbari confirmed that the airline's failure has not only affected its 1,150 employees, including 500 crew members, but thousands of travelers too.
In an interview with French TV channel RMC on Monday, he said: "There are 13,000 passengers who bought their tickets and will need to be repatriated. Among them, 11,000 are in Algeria, six in Mali, then in Lebanon, in Moscow and in Senegal."
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