How Cally Air workers escaped mop motion in Calabar (VIDEO)

There was a commotion on Sunday, August 29, 2021, on the Margaret Ekpo Worldwide Airport, Calabar after an unscheduled flight cancellation by Cally Air.

THE PARADISE gathered that the passengers have been livid as they didn’t get any discover of flight cancellation previous to their journey to the airport.

Sources stated the Employees have been locked in a secure room to ensure they don’t seem to be being lynched by the offended passengers who requested for flight and resort lodging refund.

In a video printed by CrossRiverWatch, the aggrieved passengers have been seen clamouring on the reserving counter within the airport.

“Please, simply lineup, your cash goes to be refunded. It is vitally unlucky. Cally Air, because it began, it has by no means finished this”, an Aviation Safety Officer on the Margaret Ekpo Worldwide Airport stated.

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In the meantime, on Monday morning, Mr Christian Ita, Particular Adviser on Media and Publicity to Governor Ben Ayade, whereas responding to social media (Fb) feedback concerning the incident stated flight cancellation is nothing new.

“Flight cancellation is nothing new. It occurs on a regular basis even within the developed world. Lately, the Federal Authorities reeled our penalties in opposition to the cancellation of flights. You don’t impose penalties on a problem that doesn’t exist. Let’s cease shaming ourselves due to politics”, Ita stated whereas responding to a Fb put up by Iwara U. Iwara.

Cally Air is a Cross River State Authorities Airline run by Aero Contractors. The airline operates the Calabar-Lagos and Calabar-Abuja routes with two Boeing 737.

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