Sigh of relief for canadian travellers
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Tuesday, 5 September 2017, 08:27
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A handful of quebec travellers, who implored Sunwing on our airwaves yesterday to go to St. Martin in the French west Indies to the arrival of Irma, give a sigh of relief this morning.
Nicolas Gravel, and a few from Quebec who were staying at the hotel Sunesta Maho Beach are repatriated in advance by a Sunwing today.
“This is good news. We knew yesterday that there would be a plane to Toronto and another to Montreal. Our flight is at 8: 45 this morning,” said Mr. Gravel, via FaceTime while he was in a bus that leads to the airport of Saint-Martin. “We are happy, we smile,” says the traveller.
Quebecers are relieved to have been able to get a return flight, because the airport of Saint-Martin will be closed from 14h due to the arrival of the hurricane.
“We had to leave on Thursday, we have not completed our journey, but this is correct. You’re going to live it in Québec,” said Mr. Gravel.
After its release on the airwaves of LCN, yesterday, the company Sunwing has quickly communicated with the travellers, knowing Mr. Gravel.
“It all went well. It was known that there would be aircraft. Your power [the media] is appreciated”, concludes Nicolas Gravel.