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KandS Holidays Gone Bust

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
it has just be announced on Sky News that KandS Holidays have gone bust,
Is there going to be any left soon after XL and AirItalia problems is not looking good.

I am going Cyprus next week with Direct Holidays do you think they will still be in existence by then?!!
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
:?:?think you should be ok,am booked with globespan in january hope they still about by then
#2
Kands closed their site down early this morning. :?, not very helpful to customers :x
#3
yeah just tried to have a look i had not heard of them before.
#4
Next years holiday booked and paid for...........

http://www.changing-lives.org.uk/nottingham_on_holiday/pics/seaside1.jpg
#5
:whistling:Yeah but you do realise that the pier wont be there can see someone behind with a box of matches
#6
there is always Butlins..........
#7
doesnt give you much confidence to book does it?
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:?:?think you should be ok,am booked with globespan in january hope they still about by then

I would expect flyglobespan to be the next to fail being tied in with zoom airliens which has already gone bust. Hope you paid via credit card!

I wouldnt go near such a dodgy airline like them anyway due to them flying dangerous planes (fined by the CAA). Regularly featured on Watchdog for just leaving passengers stranded all over North America.
#9
I am in agreement with csiman - i can't really see GSM surviving long in the current climate.

They really don't have a good relationship with the CAA and were in all sorts of trouble last year over their aircraft - having to hire in some from Neos and other airlines because theirs were not ETOPS operable or something similar.

They have been sort of on the up recently. But they operate in the big boys league across the Atlantic - they can't go on like that forever IMO. Short haul is getting more difficult with the likes of easyjet and ryanair announcing more routes from scottish airports.

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