Spanish airline Spanair goes bust, strands passengers

Sudden Spanair shut-down strands passengers | GulfNews.com

BARCELONA: Passengers were stranded at Spanish airports Saturday after airline Spanair abruptly went bust, cancelling all its future flights at half an hour’s notice.

Spanish airline goes bust, flyers stranded – Times of India

Europe News: Passengers were stranded at Spanish airports on Saturday after airline Spanair abruptly went bust, cancelling all its flights at short notice.

Airline Spanair collapses, passengers stranded – news.com.au

PASSENGERS were stranded at Spanish airports today after airline Spanair abruptly went bust, cancelling all its flights at short notice.

Spanair passengers stranded after collapse – Yahoo News UK

Passengers were stranded at Spanish airports Saturday after airline Spanair abruptly went bust, cancelling all its flights at short notice.

Airline Spanair ceases trading – The Irish Times

Passengers were stranded at Spanish airports today after airline Spanair abruptly went bust, cancelling all its future flights at half an hour’s notice.

What to do When Your Airline Folds | Fox News

Feb 07, 2012 · Although it’s a situation you never want to be in – especially in a foreign country – here are some tips to get you back in the air quickly if your airline goes bust. Do your homework.

Thousands left stranded after Spanair goes bust – Olive

It comes after Spanair, which was founded in 1986 and has about 2,000 staff, failed to convince Qatar Airways to form a tie-up and take a 49 per cent share in the Barcelona-based airline.

«EU and U.S. Agree on Air Traveler Data» by Swartz, Nikki

EU foreign ministers endorsed the deal, authorizing the European Union and United States to share passenger data such as names, addresses, credit card and phone numbers, and e-mail information, which will be transferred to the destination country before departure.

Spanair Shutdown Strands Thousands – The New York Times

Jan 30, 2012 · MADRID — The Spanish government is set to take legal action against Spanair, a collapsed airline, for suspending its operations without proper warning, leaving about 23,000 passengers stranded

Spanair collapses, stranding 20,000 people – BBC News

Spain’s fourth-largest airline Spanair has collapsed, leaving more than 20,000 passengers stranded across Europe and Africa. The Barcelona-based firm stopped operating on Friday and more than 200

Passengers stuck as firm goes bust | World First Travel

Passengers stuck as firm goes bust. 02 February 2012 08:45. The airline Spanair went bust, stranding thousands of passengers who had to find alternative flights. At least 22,000 passengers have been affected after an airline went bust, stranding customers at Spanish airports.

Airlines Rescue Stranded Spanair Passengers | Travel Agent

AENA has confirmed that alternative airlines have managed to accommodate 22,266 of the passengers left stranded by the collapse of Spanair on January 28, 29 and 30, according to ThinkSpain.com.