Thousands of passengers were stranded due to the cancellation of at least eight flights that were to arrive or depart from Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport during the day, a situation that was repeated over the weekend.
Initially, a version circulated indicating that the cancellations were due to a protest by employees of the low-cost airline. However, out of spirit they denied that the cancellation was due to this reason.
“We are working around the clock to get back to normal after some travel interruptions over the weekend. Due to a number of weather and operational issuesThey said from the soul to speaker.
“We had to carry out Proactive cancellation of some flights Over the network, but most flights remain on schedule. We understand how frustrated our customers can be when plans change unexpectedly, and we are working on solutions.”
We ask customers Actively monitors emails and flight status before heading to the airport. As a team, we strive every day to ensure that our customers reach their destination on time. We will continue to focus on taking care of our customers’ request of the soul.
The truth is that he has a soul Canceled flights to Orlando, New Jersey and Baltimore.
Specifically, flights from SJU on MCO (Orlando) from 4:45 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. and 10:25 p.m. were designated as 893, 1042, and 1264, respectively.
Flight 2321 from San Juan to EWR (Newark) In New Jersey the departure is at 5:00 a.m.
flights to Baltimore 2,687 canceled at 2:50 am and 114 at 1:50 pm
from Baltimore towards San Juan Flights 2077 at 9:37 a.m. and 2004 7:50 p.m. are also canceled
Another canceled flight to the island is a flight Lauderdale Barracks From 9:59 pm
Many passengers posted their complaints on social networks expressing contradictory accounts about the reason for the cancellation that was presented to them from the company. “The initial reason for the delay was because they didn’t have pilots for our flight,” said a passenger, Will Rios.
“Everything is fine at the airport. The situation is due to the cancellation of Spirit flights,” they said of the terminal operator, Aerostar, urging passengers to check the status of their flights before heading to it.
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