The travelers in Scotland were informed just hours before their flight cancellations. They were supposed to fly to the Canary Islands. And they are asked not to head to the airport.
The flight operator Flylolo was selling tickets for the connections between Glasgow and Tenerife and as well as Lanzarote on Firday and Saturday. In accordance with the statement released by the airport they were acknowledged that the flight operator Flylolo would not operate flights in question. Moreover, they asked the passengers of these flights to abstain from going to the airport and get in touch with the asssistant for further information.
As for the alternative ways of getting to these destinations the only option right now is a Prestwick-Lanzarote flight operated by Ryanair on Saturday. Its current price is currently £177 one way.
Flylolo was founded by Paul Dendle, a director of the seat-only provider called Avro. The year of its foundation is 2016. Having commented the incident he gave the following explanation. They are let down by plane providers. And he apologized for the inconvenience caused.
The company reassures its customers that all the payments are held in a trust fund. And they promise to refund within two weeks. So, passengers can expect to get their money back soon. But as for accommodation and car hiring at the Canaries will not be made up for.