A PREGNANT lady was left stranded abroad with her dual immature children and 5 other family members after an blunder by her transport agent.
Lyndsey Pereira requisitioned a family holiday to Fuerteventura with transport representative Opodo.
As good as accommodation, a family paid for flights with Thomas Cook on a approach out and British Airways on a approach behind – all requisitioned by Opodo in Mar final year.
But after enjoying a New Year’s break, a family were repelled to learn that British Airways no longer fly to a island, according to The Independent, carrying dangling a track for a winter season.
She claimed that Opodo unsuccessful to surprise her of a change, or re-book her flights, withdrawal her stranded during a airfield but any approach home.
She told The Independent: “They pronounced British Airways could fly us behind 5 days later, with no guarantee of putting us adult in accommodation.
“I pronounced this was not excusable as we all had to get behind to work, school, etc.”
With no seats accessible for them all to London, she was forced to book flights behind home around Dublin with an overnight stay, costing her £1,800 and holding 13 hours instead of 4 hours.
Opodo blamed a “rare technical glitch” for a blunder and paid a cost disproportion between her prior sheet and her new ticket.
They told The Independent: “At Opodo, a customers’ knowledge is a series one priority and we are constantly innovating on their interest to yield them with a best experience.”
Earlier this week, Ryanair passengers were left stranded during an airfield after they refused to take an 18-hour train float between Romania and Greece.
Bad continue conditions forced a moody to obstruct from it’s tour to Thessaloniki in Greece and land in Timisoara in Romania.
After holding to amicable media, a Greek supervision sent a deputy moody with Aegon Airlines for a remaining passengers who chose to stay during a airport.
Sun Online Travel has contacted Opodo for comment.