Tourists blocked in Kenya back to Malpensa

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Milan, 7 Jan. – Tonight the 36 tourists blocked in Mobasa in Kenya have come back to Malpensa. The EUROFLY flight arrived in Malpensa at around 6 pm after a delay of 48 hours in the African capital.

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Milan, 7 Jan. – Tonight the 36 tourists blocked in Mobasa in Kenya have come back to Malpensa. The EUROFLY flight arrived in Malpensa at around 6 pm after a delay of 48 hours in the African capital.

There were many complaints by the passengers who accused the air company of re-selling the tickets they had already purchased a long time ago. Many announced that they will denounce the air company.

According to EUROFLY, the delay was due to a request by the Kenyan authorities to rearrange flights in order to allow crews to stop in Zanzibar instead of Mombasa for security reasons.

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