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Zoom Airlines - Under 18s fly free with promo code (Up to 2 kids, with 2 paying adults)

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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago / expired 31 Aug 0831 August 2008
Instructions:To use: click the orange link when you land on the zoom web page and pop this code in the space provided.

I saw this when I was browsing the Zoom Airlines web page just now. I think it would make a great deal for any families planning on travelling - as kids usually have to pay the full adult fare - but zoom are offering this for free - up to 2 free kids under 18, if there are 2 paying adults. You do have to pay the taxes though, but even so this still might be handy.

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Valid on New bookings only, Limited availability. Taxes, fees & charges apply. Valid on all routes when booked before 31 July 2008. Credit and debit card charges are not included. Must be a round trip flight, Minimum of 2 Adults/full fare paying customers per booking, max of 2 children/discount receiving passengers per booking. Child is subject to the discount in the seating class selected by the accompanying adults. Child must be 17 years old or younger on the return departure flight date.
 
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago / expired 31 Aug 0831 August 2008
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#1
this lookss good, thinking of going to the states 2009.
#2
saayinla;2599623
this lookss good, thinking of going to the states 2009.


I flew with Zoom to Canada recently... I was pleasantly surprised. :) They were a good airline.
#3
Flew to Toronto with Zoom a couple of years back. Was quite impressed considering it was a budget airline. Flew with FlyGlobespan to "Toronto" Hamilton last year and there's really no comparison. Will definitely be using Zoom next time if I can.
#4
I thought these guys had gone belly up?

Anyway If you were going to book with a loss making airline make sure you have travel insurance.

cheers
David
#5
This has been extended to bookings until 31st Aug now.
I:thumbsup: have flown Zoom airlines to Montreal and from Toronto. They were fab looking after a very ill nephew and sister in law on the return flight they were very caring and even arranged a wheelchair for when we landed.
#6
What is the 'financial' position of this airline - are they reliable ? Reading in the media that this whole airline industry is 'under pressure' profits wise !
#7
Booked flights for Gatwick - Toronto return ( next summer in school holidays) for 2 adults & 2 kids for £1309 plus £30 credit card fee. Paid by credit card in case they go bust, (thats the pessimist in me).:)
#8
melcarroll
Booked flights for Gatwick - Toronto return ( next summer in school holidays) for 2 adults & 2 kids for £1309 plus £30 credit card fee. Paid by credit card in case they go bust, (thats the pessimist in me).:)


Looks like you did the right thing:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/glasgow_and_west/7586654.stm

Me and mates booked on a flight for Wed 10th Sep, god knows what happens now, just sit and wait? Luckily we booked using cc too.
#9
Zoom is no more!

Taken from http://www.flyzoom.com/

Zoom Airlines sincerely regrets to advise its customers that it has ceased operations with effect from 18:00 UTC on Thursday 28 August.

All flights scheduled to depart from have been cancelled and Zoom's aircraft have been grounded.

Both Zoom Airlines Inc and Zoom Airlines Ltd, the Canadian and UK airlines, will be filing for insolvency proceedings in their home countries today.

For customers who have future travel plans involving a Zoom flight for which reservations and payment have been made, you should refer to your credit or debit card company to apply for a refund. We have set out details of other airlines who operate the same or similar routes to those flown with Zoom in the hope that this may assist you in making alternative travel plans to replace the flights that you had booked with Zoom.

If your travel arrangements have been made as part of a holiday package originating in the UK and booked through a holiday company, you may be able to make a claim under the CAA's Air Travel Organiser's Licence scheme. For information on this, please consult the CAA ATOL website at [url]www.atol.org.uk[/url].

Hugh and John Boyle, the founders of Zoom, said today: "We deeply regret the fact that we have been forced to cease all Zoom operations. It is a tragic day for our passengers and more than 600 staff.

"We are desperately sorry for the inconvenience that this will cause passengers and those who have booked flights.

"We have done everything we can to support the airline and left no stone unturned to secure a re-financing package that would have kept our aircraft flying. Even as late as yesterday we had secured a new investment package but the actions of creditors meant we could not continue flying.

"The collapse of Zoom is a result of matter beyond our control. Only last year Zoom Airlines made profit, but that turned into a loss in the last year due to the unprecedented increase in the price of aviation fuel and the economic climate. The price of oil resulted in our fuel bill jumping by nearly $50 million in one year and we could not recover that from passengers who had already booked their flights.

"We would like to thank the many thousands of passengers who chose to travel with Zoom during the last seven years and efforts of the airline's staff."

We have been advised that British Airways and Virgin Atlantic are graciously offering special fares to assist Zoom customers that have been displaced by the suspension of our services

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