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Romanians blocked in Spanish Airports

Vineri, 15 decembrie 2006, 0:00

Several hundreds of Romanians working in Spain who wanted to return to Romania for the holidays are currently stuck in airports, after the Air Madrid flight company lost its license and had to suspend its flights. Thousands more travelers are in the same situation.

According to the Antena 3 TV station, the company representatives in Romania confirmed that solutions are being sought, so that the passengers in Bucharest and Madrid could fly with other companies.

Two Air Madrid flights were scheduled to leave the Romanian Henri Coanda airport on Saturday. 300,000 more tickets are already sold for the Air Madrid flights schedules until February 2007. The Spanish Transport Ministry announced it would spend some 5 million euros to help the affected passengers.

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