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UK award winning travel operators in the United Kingdom, Southall Travel leave thousands stranded aboard

One of the UK leading travel operators in the United Kingdom, Southall Travel has left thousands of people stranded aboard offering them no support claiming that they have no obligation to assist in repatriation back to the UK. A spokesman for company also said they were not aware of the COVID 19 outbreak.

Southall travel have also stated that ATOL have advised the have no obligation to help and due to the outbreak of COVID 19 to travel companies are relinquish of helping.

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Southall travel have said that the travel protector ATOL have advised they have no obligations and do not need to honour any customers contracts.

The money grabbing directors despite a near worldwide travel ban are still trying from the india based call centre trying to sell holiday flights and other travel deals.
A number of stranded couples have reached out to the company to be told it’s not there problem.

Despite many of the flights and flight-inclusive holidays being financially protected by the ATOL scheme.

Southall Travel’s parent company, Onkar International, made £14.8m profit on £283.3m of sales
This evening we are naming and shaming the directors

Mr Kuljit Rana Director
Mr Surinder Singh Takhar
MS DONNA BAHIA Director
MR KULJINDER SINGH BAHIA

Who have refused to assist customers with flight transfers or any assistance despite the Government advising travel companies they have a legal responsibility.

 

These scumbags have  have thrown their customers to the dogs! They are expecting to bank roll your own recovery.

A spokesman for ATOL said:

  • The UK Civil Aviation Authority understands that the spread of Coronavirus is concerning for the industry and those with upcoming travel plans. We are providing the below information for passengers, holidaymakers and the industry.

    Before you are due to travel or before booking any travel, we recommend checking the Government’s travel advice as well as reviewing your travel company’s terms and conditions. It is important that you consider taking out travel insurance as soon as possible, however make sure you are aware whether your policy will cover any potential impact to your travel as a result of COVID-19.

    If are you currently abroad and your airline has suspended flights, your airline or travel company will make arrangements for you to return to the UK.

    In the first instance, please contact your airline or travel company for further information.

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