Brussels Airlines will repatriate this Wednesday 350 passengers from the Tunisian cities of Enfidha and Djerba. These tourists were stranded after Brussels Airlines cancelled its scheduled flights on Tuesday following the announcement of financial problems at Thomas Cook Belgium.
Tuesday, Brussels Airlines decided to cancel flights SN3881/2 and SN3885/6 to/from Enfidha and Djerba, entirely reserved for Thomas Cook customers, because of the “difficult financial situation of Thomas Cook Belgium and the fact that the tour operator was unable to cope with delayed payments in recent weeks“.
But Wednesday, Brussels Airlines will take care of passengers who could not return to Belgium. The airline has an agreement with the Guarantee Fund (GFG) set up by Belgian tour operators. Two Airbus A320 planes will leave empty to Tunisia and bring back 350 passengers.