Following the suspension the air transport license of "Ernest Airlines" issued by ENAC, the airline "easyJet"Announces that he is available to offer assistance to those in possession of an" Ernest "reservation for traveling between Milan and Tirana.
Specifically, the British company has announced that it has made available to travelers who have already purchased an "Ernest" ticket a special 'reprotection fee' of 70 euros per way, including hold baggage, to fly until 31 March 2020. From 28 November 2019, the low-cost airline has been operating at Tirana's "Mother Teresa" international airport on two destinations: Milan and Geneva, with two flights a week.
The easyJet release
"We are very sorry for what happened to Ernest Airlines and we well imagine the uncertainty that passengers are experiencing in these hours. For this reason easyJet has made itself available to offer assistance to those in possession of an Ernest reservation for traveling between Milan (Bergamo and / or Malpensa) and Tirana, making available a special 're-protection fee' of 70 euros per way. , including checked baggage, to fly until March 31, 2020.
To have access to this fare, interested passengers must contact easyJet customer service and present the ticket booked with Ernest. The rate will be available until January 26th. EasyJet customer service can be reached from Italy on 199 304 213 or from abroad on +44 330 365 5030 ".
For more information:
Matteo Finotto +39 392 977 3901 firstname.lastname@example.org
Burson Cohn & Wolfe +39 02.721431
Antonella Violante email@example.com - Luca Cigliano firstname.lastname@example.org”- reads the easyJet press release.
For all passengers who have purchased an "Ernest" ticket to other Italian destinations, however, it is possible to request a refund of tickets in the page on the official website of the company as recommended also by the Albanian Civil Aviation Authority. The suspension of the Ernest license was adopted by ENAC on the basis of the provisions of Regulation (EC) no. 1008 of 2008, containing common rules for the provision of air services in the European Community.