TORONTO, Sept. 8 /CNW/ - Eamonn Ferrin, CEO of Allbury Travel Group, has
announced today that they have been appointed by Zoom's credit card payment
service provider to assist the passengers of the failed airline in both the UK
The proposal was constructed by the credit card payment service provider
in an effort to assist the passengers and was agreed in association with the
administrators of the airline. The regulatory authorities in the UK and Canada
have also been made aware.
Allbury Travel Group has agreed to work with the credit card payment
service provider and various airlines in order to coordinate an effort to
assist the passengers affected by Zoom's failure.
Ferrin, through his travel industry contacts in both the UK and Canada,
has been brought in to devise an urgent rescue package for passengers which
will be welcome news to the approximately 40,000 passengers affected by the
"It is always difficult when an airline fails leaving this level of
passengers stranded with few alternatives. We realised there was the potential
to help many of these people by seeking to source alternative arrangements
through various airline contacts."
As of today Allbury Travel Group will be contacting various airlines in
both the UK and Canada to discuss alternative arrangements that could be
offered by other airlines to the affected passengers.
Allbury Travel Group will be contacting the affected passengers via email
to advise of the next steps in order to begin assisting the passengers as soon
For further information, please visit the Allbury Travel Group website at
www.allburytravelgroup.com where regular updates will be posted.
For further information:
For further information: Note to press: For further enquiries please
contact: Lena Georgiou Head of PR, Allbury Travel Group, Tel: 020 8370 6552,