AS FOG continues to cause havoc for the travelling public, airline Loganair has said they were doing all they can to get stranded passengers to their destinations.
Sumburgh airport has been affected by fog for a second day with many flights delayed and some cancelled on Friday.
Loganair said the company had “special measures for customers due to adverse weather conditions” in place.
If unable to travel on Friday due to adverse weather, passengers can:
- rebook travel within the next 7 days at no charge subject to seats being available for your chosen destination, or
- rebook for travel at any future date but seats must be available at the same fare level as you have originally paid.
If the flight has been cancelled, passengers can:
- rebook for travel on an alternative flight to your destination at the earliest available opportunity;
- rebook for travel within the next seven days at no charge subject to seats being available for your chosen destination;
- rebook for travel at any future date but seats must be available at the same fare level as you have originally paid
- Passengers can obtain a refund for any part(s) of journey not taken
Full information on the current status of all Flybe services operated by Loganair can be found at www.loganair.co.uk
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